Easter is just around the corner and chances are high your kids are already eggs-cited (Caution: once you start with the Easter puns it’s hard to stop!). Humor is a great way to help kids get into the celebration of Easter. Below, we’ve listed puns involving rabbits and eggs in question and answer format. These can make a great icebreaker that allows your kids to get all their giggles out before you launch into your Easter message.
Eggscelent Easter Puns
Q: What do you call a rabbit housekeeper?
A: A dust bunny.
Q: Why was the Easter Bunny so upset?
A: He was having a bad hare day.
Q: What kind of music do bunnies like?
A: Hip Hop.
Q: How do bunnies stay healthy?
Q: What day of the week do eggs hate most?
Q: Why did the Easter egg hide?
A: He was a little chicken!
Q: What do you call ten rabbits marching backwards?
A: A receding hareline.
Q: What did the rabbit say to the carrot?
A: It’s been nice gnawing you.
Q: What do you call a sleeping egg?
Q: What kind of jokes do eggs tell?
BONUS Easter Pun:
Q: What do you call a rabbit who likes to tell jokes?
A: A punny bunny
Now to Follow Up the Easter Puns…
Now that your kids have all their wiggles and giggles out, it’s time to settle in for the message. There are many creative and impacting ways to tell the story of Easter in a way that kids will understand. Below, check out our most popular lesson ideas, printables, and craft ideas for Easter.
Ideas for your lesson
Free Video Download: “God’s Story: Easter” from Crossroads Kids Club
This video explains the Easter story in a way that is kid-friendly and easy to understand.
The Hours Leading Up to Christ’s Death, as Told by Two Children
Two children narrate and illustrate this video explaining the details leading up to Jesus’s death and resurrection. Your kids will love hearing the story of Easter told by children just like them.
The Biggest Thing That Will Bring Back Your Easter Guests
Dale Hudson discusses keys to retain those guests who came just for Easter. It’s a great time for evangelism, but there are certain things you can do to help a family decide to come back afterward.
Anticipating Easter: Making it Easter-rific!
Tina Houser discusses the strange phenomenon of the time devotion disparity we experience between our Christmas services and Easter services. She gives tips for children’s ministers to help children grasp the importance and profound message of Easter.
6 Steps to Planning an Easter Party for Kidmin
Easter presents an excellent opportunity to throw a party! Tamara Kraft breaks down pulling a successful party off in six manageable steps.
Who doesn’t love a good handout? These printables will make your lesson time more interactive and fun. Plus, your kids will have something to take home after your lesson that will remind them of the incredible love God showed for us when Jesus died on the cross for our sins.
These craft ideas will be a huge success in your children’s ministry. Whether you need quick ideas or more involved activities, you will find them here.
Check out Pinterest for some more Easter Puns.