If you want to get your kids involved with some Easter crafts, then you have come to the right place. This compilation serves as a guide so you can learn all about the projects you could do with your kids, all through Spring.
Paper Plate Easter Bunnies
Paper plate Easter bunnies are one of the best activities you can do with your kids. Simply stick some paper bunny ears to the plate, and then add a pom-pom for the nose. You can also ask your children to add some pipe cleaners for the whiskers, or you can draw them on. Eyes can be drawn or stuck on to get the finished result.
Cotton Bunny Cards
Simply get a sheet of card and ask your children to stick on some cotton balls. Ask them to do this in the shape of a rabbit, and then add some googly eyes and some whiskers. You can then cut out the sheet of card behind the cotton balls, creating the finished result. This is a great way for you to give your kids a fun Easter activity on a budget.
Easter Chick Art
Want to make an Easter decoration that you can put on your fridge? Then ask your kids to put their hand into some yellow paint and transfer a hand print to a piece of hard. When they have done this, you can add glue to the dried hand print, andadd feathers to make it look like a chick. You can get as creative as you want here, and the options you have are truly endless.
Cotton Ball Bunny
For this adorable cotton ball bunny - use two pipe cleaners cut in half and then twisted together, a little bit of pink felt for the ears(construction paper would work just as well), two medium pompoms for the eyes and one small one for the nose. Cut cotton balls in half for the ears so they would fit better and Just elmers white glue.