3 Simple Kids’ Easter Crafts
Keep your child engaged for hours with these simple kids’ Easter crafts!
Tootsie Bunnies: Easter Crafts for Preschoolers
This is one of the best Easter crafts for preschoolers!
- 1 tootsie pop (lollypop)
- 1 white pipe cleaner
- 1 styrofoam craft ball (1″ diameter)
- 2 tiny white pom poms
- 2 medium googly eyes
- 3 small white pom poms
- 1 tiny pink pom pom
- Sparkly craft foam
- Hot glue
How to make:
- First, take your styrofoam craft ball and poke a hole in it using a knitting needle.
- Then, take the lollypop stick and slide the styrofoam ball (the one you just poked a hole into) over it.
- Bend one end of the pipe cleaner to make it look like a bunny ear, and do the same thing with the other end of the pipe cleaner. Make these bunny ears stick to your styrofoam ball using hot glue.
- Make the face of your bunny by sticking your googly eyes and pom-poms onto the styrofoam ball.
- Also, stick the pom-poms on your bunny to form the tail and paws.
- Cut out a pair of bunny feet from your sparkly craft foam, and stick it to your lollypop – right at the bottom.
- Lastly, finish up your masterpiece by sticking a ribbon and a bow around your bunny’s neck!
Clothespin Eggs: Easter Activities for Preschoolers
If you’re looking for more Easter activities for preschoolers, here’s just what you need!
- Glitter craft foam
- A small scrap of yellow paper or card stock
- Crafter’s Tape
- A small scrap of craft foam or cardboard
- Black and orange gel pens
How to make:
- Cut out an egg from your glitter craft foam with a pair of scissors.
- Make zig-zags in the middle of your egg and cut your egg along those zig-zag lines. (it should look like a cracked egg)
- Open your clothespin, and stick the crafter’s tape on the opening end where you want to stick your egg (so that every time you pinch your clothespin open, the two parts of the egg move up and down!)
- Use your yellow paper or card stock to cut out the shape of a cute little chick.
- Next, make the eyes and beak of your chick using your black and orange gel pens.
- Lastly, attach the chick onto your clothespin (don’t do it with glue, instead, take a small strip of cardboard, stick crafter’s tape on it, and then attach it onto the back of your clothespin so it stays)
Spring Flowers: Simple Easter Crafts for Kids
Here’s a simple Easter craft activity for kids at home to try with cupcake liners!
- 1 regular cupcake liner
- 1 green popsicle stick
- 1 mini cupcake liner
- Crafter’s tape
- 1 large yellow sticker rhinestone
- Green construction paper
How to make:
- Take the regular cupcake liner and then your mini cupcake liner and fold them both, separately, in half, 4 times.
- Use your scissors to cut a curve into your cupcake liners (to design petals for your flower)
- Attach the mini cupcake liner to the middle of the regular cupcake liner using crafter’s tape.
- Take your pretty yellow sticker rhinestone and stick it to the middle of your flower.
- Cut out 2 leaves from green construction paper.
- Finally, stick those leaves on the side of your green popsicle stick, and then stick that popsicle stick to the back of your flower.
We hope you and your child enjoy making these kids’ Easter crafts for kids. Rest assured, these easy Easter crafts for preschoolers spark creativity and imagination in no time!