Easy Easter Art for Preschoolers
Are you looking for some last-minute Easter crafts? If your creative kids need an artsy activity to keep them busy, check out these preschooler-friendly holiday projects.
Textured Bunny Art
Reuse the cardboard from an old cereal or cracker box for this Easter art activity. Cut the box apart and use one of the larger sides as your bunny base. Draw a bunny shape onto the cardboard with a marker or a crayon. If your child is struggling to draw the bunny, break it down into individual shapes. Draw a large oval for the body, a circle for the head and smaller ovals for the ears. Cover the body with clear-drying school glue and press cotton balls or crumbled tissue paper on top to create a textured effect. Your child can draw the face onto the rabbit with markers or crayons to complete the craft.
Help your preschooler to cut out paper shapes. Make circles, small triangles, ovals and other shapes. Give them a piece of card stock paper and glue. Let your crafty kiddo puzzle the shapes together to create a bunny face collage!
Easter Basket Weave
Your child can create their own Easter basket weave art. Cut different colors of construction paper into thin strips. Glue the strips onto a piece of card stock, weaving each strip over and under. Draw a basket shape onto another piece of paper. Cut the center of the basket out and glue the paper over the weaving.