Spring is finally here, and with many children home from school there are so many opportunities to invite learning through play, like with these Easter crafts for kids from around the web.
Here’s a cute Easter joke for the little ones: How many rabbits does it take to change a light bulb?
Only one if it hops right to it!
Come on now, that was bunny!
In all seriousness, with Easter fast approaching, you may be wondering what you can have your school-aged children do to help celebrate the Easter Bunny’s arrival. Well, look no further! We have compiled a list of the 17 cutest and most adorable Easter crafts to do with your kids this year that will be sure to have them hopping for joy! (We have so many Easter puns, it’s not even bunny.)
So let’s hop to it then! Scroll through the slideshow to discover some awesome Easter crafts you can do with your children right now.
Simple and adorable easter crafts for kids
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What kind of books do bunnies read?
Only ones with hoppy endings, of course!
Come on, that’s pretty bunny. Walk your little chicks through this origami bookmark craft that they can use with their chapter books!
Origami can be fun, teach patience and reinforce fine motor skills. We have no doubt that your little bunnies will have fun making this cute little origami rabbit from TinkerLab!
Every child should grow up knowing what Cootie Catchers are. It’s a right of passage, for sure. Make these cute little fortune tellers to predict how much fun Easter will be this year!
Teach your little learners how to make a bunny craft while spoiling their parents with treats at the same time! One of our favorite simple-to-make Easter crafts for kids are these adorable treat cones.
The best Easter crafts are the ones that come with treats, right? Help your little ones make these adorable Easter Egg Bunny Hugs to hold a special Yowie Surprise Inside Chocolate egg!
If you’re looking for a challenge, try making a Stuffed Bunny Pouch. You certainly do not need to use a sewing machine to accomplish this, just use tape, staples, or even glue. (Also, you do not need to understand Greek to make this craft.) These would be perfect to stuff with a pouch of Yowie Gummies!
Use nature to decorate your home this Easter! Kiddos will love going on a nature walk to find leaves and pine cones to upcycle to make this Leaf Bunny.
Another fun way to use nature for Easter is to create pinecone animals. This tutorial will show you how to craft an Easter bunny using felt and wiggly eyes for the cutest Pine Cone Bunny, ever.
What is a rabbit’s favorite game? We know what you’re thinking, but it’s not leapfrog. It’s hopscotch! Make a delightful little hopper with this jumping bunny craft!
For another Yowie-inspired idea, we also have Easter Animal Egg Holders, sure to bring a smile to any recipient.
If your kiddos are comfortable with using a hot glue gun (or rather if you are comfortable with them using a hot glue gun), make this wobbly bunny! No matter how hard your kids try, this bunny just will not fall down. It just wobbles and stands right back up.
Everyone loves a bobblehead! This craft idea is super simple and kids love it!
We imagine you have an abundance of papers you need to recycle, but why not reuse them first? Have your little chickens practice their cutting ability (and patience) by having them create this adorable paper bunny craft. Add a little special touch to it and fill it with candy!
We know you all have some sad little socks lying around missing their mates. Why not bring them to life and make a sock bunny?
With all the extra toilet paper rolls lying around, make your own little family of bunnies!
If you’re tired of all the glue messes, show your bunnies how to make an Easter bunny using pipe cleaners and wooden beads. No glue needed!
Download our Yowie Spot the Difference Easter worksheet and printable Easter Bookmark to color for more Easter fun! For a more educational approach to the holiday, check our Easter Treats that Teach blog post for lots of ideas and inspiration.
Crafting is a fun way to spend some extra time with your children during the holidays, as well as a fantastic way to keep them busy and entertained. We hope these fun Easter craft ideas have inspired you to make something adorable with your little ones this year! Be sure to share your creations with us on social media using the hashtag #YowieWorld.
For even more fun ideas, check out this Easter Basket filled with Easter Treats that Teach!