10 Great Easter Activities for Kids

10 Great Easter Activities for Kids

Whether you’re looking for a fun Easter activity for kids at home, or something to supplement your Easter lesson at church, you’ve come to the right place! Here’s a list of 10 great Easter activities I’ve gathered up from around the web, many of which we’ve tried and loved!

10 Great Easter Activities for Kids

1. Easter Activities for Older Kids and Teens

Minute-to-Win-It games like Peeps Stack and Jelly Bean Scoop.

2. A Basket Full of Easter Ideas

These fun Easter ideas include a family art show, a cute egg guessing game for preschoolers, an egg-breaking ice-breaker, an amazing race themed church Easter egg hunt, and more!

#3 How to Make a Stuffed Peep

These are super easy to make and how cuddly are they? It’s a fun idea to put in your kids’ Easter Baskets that won’t be the same thing they always get.

Easter activities for kids


#4 One Hundred Ways to Decorate Eggs! 

Here you’ll find over 100 ways to decorate eggs. Metallic, water colored, marbled, leaf printed, glitter, lace, and so much more!

Easter activities for kids

#5 Salt Dough Easter Egg Ornaments 

The great thing about these salt dough Easter egg ornaments is that they last for years!

Easter activities for kids

#6 Palm Sunday Sun Catcher

This craft is a great reminder for your kids of Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem. It not only looks great, but its fun to make.

Easter activities for kids


#7 Easter S’More Peeps 

Easy and delicious!

Easter activity

#8 Jelly Bean Growing Garden

Create pure magic and enjoy the wonder of your child’s imagination as they watch these Magic Jelly Beans grow into their own special Lollipop Garden.

Easter activities for kids

#9 He Is Risen Tomb Craft

Easter craft ideas like this Paper Plate Tomb bring Sunday school lessons and Easter sermons to life!


#10 Easter Coloring Pages 

He came to Earth – He lived a perfect life – He died on the cross – He is risen indeed!

Easter activities for kids

That’s it for now!

What about you?

What are some of your favorite Easter activities?


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Lindsey Whitney is a home day care provider, Children's Ministry director and blogger over at Growing Kids Ministry. She lives with her husband, Mike, and their two children in Erie, PA.