Looking for easy Christian Easter Crafts for Sunday school or to do with your own kids at home? Here are 10 religious Easter crafts you’ll love!
Easter Sunday will be here before you know it. How will your family celebrate?
By dying Easter eggs? By participating in an Easter egg hunt? By visiting the Easter Bunny at the mall?
While these traditions are always a lot of fun, it’s important that we don’t get so caught up in all of the fun and festivities that we forget what Easter is really all about–celebrating Jesus’s resurrection!
Thankfully, celebrating the real reason for the season can be every bit as fun too.
At least it will be when you celebrate with these fun Christian Easter Crafts for kids!
Religious Easter crafts help our children stay focused on the true meaning of Easter. And with this list of easy Easter crafts for kids, you can teach that in a really fun way!
From this Empty Tomb Craft to these DIY Resurrection Eggs, whether you’re looking for easy Christian Easter crafts for Sunday School, or easy DIY Easter crafts for home, you’re sure to find everything you need for a fun Christian Easter right here!
(p.s. I’m not saying that you shouldn’t do secular activities like dying Easter eggs or having an Easter egg hunt–just that it’s important to include some religious Easter crafts for kids as well? )
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Christian Easter Crafts for Sunday School and Home
1. Empty Tomb Christian Easter Craft for Kids
He is Risen! If you’re looking for easy, religious Easter Crafts for Sunday School, you’ll love this Empty Tomb Craft for Kids. It’s super easy to make, seriously inexpensive (whether you need materials for 2 kids or 200) and uses materials you probably have laying around the house anyway (or can get very easily). These easy Easter crafts for kids will be a hit!
2. DIY Mini Resurrection Garden
Looking for something a little more sturdy/fancy? Teach your children about the tomb and the Risen Lord with this fun DIY Mini Resurrection Garden from We Are THAT Family.
It’s a great project to add to your list of fun Easter crafts. Plus, this one looks nice enough, you can display it in your home all season long!
3. DIY Resurrection Eggs
Looking for DIY Easter crafts for Sunday School with older kids? Looking for a fun way to fill up a rainy afternoon at home? If so, you should check out these DIY Resurrection Eggs!
Much more comprehensive than most simple Christian Easter Crafts for kids, these Resurrection Eggs do a great job of covering the entire Easter story at a depth most crafts don’t cover. Plus, this is one of those religious Easter crafts for kids that teaches the entire story in a simple and fun way!
You can find step-by-step instructions (plus a free printout with Bible verses!) here: DIY Resurrection Eggs Instructions.
** Alternately, if you want your own set of Resurrection Eggs to use with our own kids, but don’t have the time to assemble one yourself, you can just buy a Resurrection Eggs set here. Everything is already done and ready to go!
4. Crucifixion Paintings
Have a cross and some paints handy? Enjoy more easy Easter crafts for kids with these beautiful Crucifixion Paintings from Campfires and Cleats that make great religious Easter Crafts for Sunday School.
It can get a little messy (so be sure to use washable paints, have the kids wear paint shirts/smocks, and lay down lots of newspaper or cheap table cloths first), but the kids will have so much fun decorating their own Crucifixion paintings that it will be well worth it!
5. Stained Glass Crosses
Alternately, from Coffee with Us 3, these Stained Glass Crosses are some really pretty DIY Easter crafts you can do with kids of just about any age. They don’t take too long to make, the materials are very inexpensive (whether you need them for 2 or 200), and your kids will have a lot of fun making their own.
**Bonus Christian Easter Crafts: Looking for even more Christian Easter crafts for Sunday School or home? Be sure to check out this Easter Paper Doll Free Printable Resurrection Set and this easy How to Bead a Cross craft tutorial as well. They both look great!
Christian Easter Recipes / Snacks
6. Resurrection Rolls Story and Recipe
Have you ever made Resurrection Rolls before? We make them every year and the kids love them! Not only are they a great way to teach little ones about the true meaning of Easter, but they’re super yummy too.
These would be more appropriate for home use (unless your Sunday School class has access to an oven), but as one of my very favorite Christian Easter activities, they definitely deserve a spot on this list! This is even an excellent Christian Easter craft for preschoolers!
Get the instructions here: Easy Resurrection Rolls Story and Recipe.
7. Empty Tomb Snack
This Empty Tomb Snack recipe is a great idea too. It’s no-bake and contains both chocolate donuts AND Oreos so it sounds pretty yummy!
It’s an easy (and delicious!) way to teach children about Jesus and the meaning of Easter.
Christian Easter Crafts Coloring Pages and Printables
8. Christian Easter Craft Coloring Pages
Coloring pages are a MUST for Sunday School, and you can find TONS of free Christian Easter Crafts Coloring Pages from 1+1+1=1.
This free printables set offers 17 cute, fun and free coloring and activities pages designed to help teach your children about Jesus and Easter, all while they are having fun coloring!
Christian Easter Activities for Kids
9. Easter Bingo
Looking for fun Easter crafts for Sunday School for elementary aged children? This Christian Easter Bingo game from Coffee with Us 3 looks like a lot of fun!
Plus, I love that Bingo is super time-flexible, so you can play as many games as you need to to fill in however much time you have.
10. Easter Word Search
Or what about this fun Religious Easter Word search from Real Life at Home? This would be a great Sunday School activity for older kids.
Will you do any Christian Easter Crafts for Sunday School or at home this year? Do you have any fun Christian Easter crafts, activities, games or recipes you usually make?
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