Here are 10 Easy Easter Crafts for toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarten students to make this spring. We have Easter bunnies, Easter chicks, Easter eggs and even a pretty Easter wreath. They’re all made from common materials you’ll find around your house, and easy enough that even the youngest crafters can get in on the fun!
Easter is early this year, and it’s not far off now which means we’re getting busy in my daycare with our Easter crafting. In this post, I’m sharing some really easy Easter crafts that are perfect for toddlers and preschoolers. If you’re looking for Easter craft ideas for elementary aged kids, I’ll share some links to those at the bottom of this post.
Ok! Let’s hop right to it! (Sorry, I couldn’t resist.) Just click through on the links below the photos to be taken to the full instructions for each craft.
10 Easy Easter Crafts for Kids:
Toilet Roll Chicks – Toddlers and preschoolers will love painting and decorating these cheery cardboard roll Easter chicks. Tucked into shredded paper nests, they’re as cute as can be!
Tissue Paper Easter Wreath – fine motor skills are put to the test as little hands scrunch the colourful tissue paper for this toddler’s Easter wreath. Your kids will love to see their masterpiece hanging in a window or on a door at home or in the classroom this Easter.
Toilet Roll Peeps – Nothing says Easter like Marshmallow Peeps! With a little paint and a few simple supplies, kids can transform some cardboard tubes into pastel coloured chicks that look just like marshmallow peeps!
Paper Bag Nests – Those Easter Peeps will need a place to roost! Have the kids turn a paper bag into a bird’s nest to tuck their Easter chicks into.
Foil & Tissue Eggs – preschoolers can transform a piece of cardboard into a pretty Easter egg ornament with this simple foil and tissue paper technique.
Easter Finger Puppets – toddlers will love these easy and adorable pipe cleaner Easter bunnies and chicks.
Easter Egg Table Toppers – little ones will have fun painting these colourful Easter Eggs. Q-tips are perfect for making stripes and dots, and these adorable eggs can be used as table toppers on your Easter dinner table.
Stained Glass Easter Eggs – make a stained-glass Easter window decoration with contact paper and craft scraps.
Toilet Roll Bunnies – Little ones can paint cardboard tubes and craft sticks to make these adorable cardboard roll Easter bunnies.
Easter Napkin Rings – With papers painted in Eric Carle fashion, your kids can make these Easter Egg Napkin Rings for your Easter dinner table.
Well, that’s it for now! Stay tuned though! In the days to come, the hooligans will be busy making more easy Easter crafts to share with you! Can’t wait for you to see them!
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