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6 Fun and Simple Easter Crafts for Kids

Updated on March 31, 2018
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Dum Dum Easter Bunny

How To Make a Lollipop Easter Bunny Craft

You will need:

  • Lollipops
  • White pipe cleaners
  • White pom-poms in three different sizes
  • Small pink pom-pom
  • White felt or construction paper
  • Glue stick or glue
  • Googly eyes
  • Ribbon

How to make a lollipop Easter bunny craft:

Cut the white felt or paper into the shape of bunny feet. Glue the feet onto the top of the sucker. You should be able to flip it over and stand the lollipop with the stick side up.

Glue the two medium pom-poms onto the sides of the pop, this will be the bunnies arms. Glue the biggest pom-pom onto the base of the stick/bottom of the lollipop, this will serve as the bunnies head.

Glue the googly eyes, two white pom-poms, and small pink pom-pom onto the large pom-pom in the shape of the bunnies face.

Bend the pipe cleaners into the shape of bunny ears and glue onto the bunnies head. Tie the ribbon into the shape of a bow and add to the bunny to complete your craft.

Peek-a-Boo Easter Egg Craft

You will need:

  • Clothespin
  • Easter egg sticker, or construction paper
  • Yellow construction paper
  • Black pen

How to make the peek-a-boo clothes pin Easter egg craft:

Cut the egg sticker in half in a zig-zag pattern, you want to make it look like the egg cracked open.

Make a yellow circle out of construction paper and draw a chicken face on it.

Stick the egg sticker onto the clothespin. Glue one half on each of the prongs so that the egg is intact when the pin is closed and separated when the pin is open.

Glue the chicken on the other side of the pin so that it is visible when you open the egg.

Your kids will love this super cute and simple craft!

Paper Plate Easter Bunny Craft

How To Make A Paper Plate Easter Bunny

You will need:

  • Paper plate
  • White construction paper
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Buttons
  • Googly eyes

How to make an Easter bunny paper plate:

Glue the googly eyes, button, and pipe cleaners onto the paper plate in the shape of a bunnies face.

You can either make bunny ears from construction paper or cut a second paper plate in half and use the halves as ears.

Chicken Egg Easter Craft

How To Make A Chicken Egg Easter Craft

You will need:

  • Yellow construction paper
  • Markers
  • Glue
  • Scissors

How to make an Easter chicken craft:

Cut an egg shape from the construction paper. Have your child trace their hand and then cut the shape out. Use the markers to draw a chicken face and then glue the hands-on as the chicks wings. Make some legs if you want and attach those as well.

Say "Hello" to your new family addition!

Wooden Spoon Easter Bunny Craft

How To Make A Wooden Spoon Easter Bunny

You will need:

  • Wooden spoon painted white
  • Felt
  • Google eyes
  • Markers

How to make a wooden spoon Easter bunny:

Make two ears and a nose out of the felt, you can use construction paper if you do not have felt available to you. Glue the ears, nose, and googly eyes onto the wooden spoon. Draw the bunnies face and make sure you remember whiskers. You can add pipe cleaners as whiskers if you would like to, and there is your wooden spoon Easter bunny.

Handprint Flower Easter Craft

How To Make A Handprint Easter Flower Craft

You will need:

  • Paper
  • Paint of different colors

How to make a handprint Easter flower craft:

Have your children paint their hand and stamp it onto the paper. Make multiple handprints of different colors in the shape of a flower bouquet. Paint stems and a ribbon and hang on the fridge.

Crafting With Kids

Not everyone has the luxury of being able to stay home with their children, so it can be hard to make time for crafting. However, with these simple Easter crafts, you only need a few minutes and some simple supplies. The benefits that doing crafts with your children provides are well worth the trouble. Kids who get to explore their environment through experimentation and play are much more successful later in life. Plus it offers some great bonding time between parent and child.

If you can find the time you should absolutely make some Easter crafts with your kids and the list above offers some very simple ideas. If you don't have the time you should consider making it.

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