4 Easter Art Activities for Kids
It’s time to get hopping! Easter is right around the corner, and your kids are ready to craft for the holiday. If you’re on the lookout for a few easy art activities, check out these easy, imaginative and awesome ideas for kids in preschool and up.
Cut two eye holes and a mouth hole in the center of a paper plate. Have your child glue two bunny ears (made from card stock paper) onto the top and paint or color the front of the plate. Punch one hole on each side of the plate. Tue a piece of yarn or ribbon through the holes to secure the mask.
These practical crafts are cute and keep everything from important papers to holiday napkins together. Paint a clothespin (or a few) in spring-like pastel colors. After the paint dries, glue a pom pom onto each clip. The pom pom is the bunny’s face and the ends of the clothespin are the ears. Glue on googley eyes to complete craft.
Rabbit Tail Paint
Your kiddo can paint—with a ‘bunny’s tail’. Use cotton balls as fluffy tails. Dip the tails into tempera paint and press them onto construction paper.
Create an egg-cellent collage! Help your child to cut out a large oval-shaped egg. Use card stock or poster board paper. Give your kiddo pieces of paper to tear or cut in to smaller shapes, felt, fabric or other similar materials. They can glue these artsy items onto the oval, collaging an Easter egg.