Easter Egg Activities for Kids
Spring Chicks in a Paper Nest from Crafts by Courtney – Kids will love this adorable Easter chick craft. This is a great way to re-use those plastic eggs you always have around this time of year.
Potato Masher Egg Print from Treading on Lego – I never thought of using a potato masher like this, but this is a genius idea!
Liquid Watercolor Decorated Eggs from Mess for Less – Using droppers and liquid watercolors to create vibrantly colored eggs.
Easter Basket Egg Shell Art from Craftulate – These pastel eggshells, make the most unique Easter art I have seen.
Easter Egg Dominoes from The Pleasantest Thing – A fun Easter game that you can make for your kids. I love how this game inspires them to play and get moving.
Easter Egg CVC Word Game from Mess for Less – This easy-to-make game helps kids learn to make words while getting ready for Spring. I love Easter egg activities for kids that combine fun and learning.
Reverse Easter Egg Hunt from Crystal and Co. – This unique idea lets kids search for items to fill their eggs. I love how they can use items found in nature to make their eggs special.
Easter Egg Rainbow from Living Montessori Now – This sensory activity teaches kids color sorting while they are having fun.
Baking Powder Eggs from Mess for Less – Try this fun way to decorate eggs using baking soda and vinegar.
Salt Dough Easter Eggs from The Best Ideas for Kids – I love the idea of making these to hang as Easter decorations. So many ways to personalize them!
Easter Egg Suncatcher Craft from Kids Craft Room – Such a bright and colorful craft for kids. I bet this would look beautiful hung in a window with the sunlight streaming through.
Easter Egg Doily Craft from A Little Pinch of Perfect – You’ll be surprised that these gorgeous paper eggs are decorated without paint. How did they get the rich and vibrant colors?
GOT A CRAFTY KID?
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The Creative Girls Club subscription box will get your girl’s creative juices flowing. Girls get two kits each month full of crafting fun. Best of all, the crafting can be done with minimal adult supervision. While she is creating, she will be learning valuable skills such as painting, beading, stitching, paper crafting, and much more!
For boys and girls:
These Young Woodworkers Kits have everything your little builder needs to create crafts and toys they can enjoy, while learning important woodworking skills along the way. Your child’s first three kits will include 5 kid-sized, high-quality tools they’ll use again and again. A new woodworking project is delivered every four weeks, with a new and exciting skill to master. Each project teaches a real world skill that kids will use for years to come.
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