Looking for a fun Easter-themed art adventure for the kids? How about some fun, free printables and coloring pages? Check these out! (And I know I said there are 11 of them, but it’s more like eleven links–if you click through, you’ll find way more options!)
cuddle+kind makes adorable hand-knit dolls, and the purchase of each one provides 10 meals to children in need. They’ve also created a whole bunch of Easter coloring pages featuring their characters, which you can find on their Pinterest page.
Crayola has got a selection of Easter printables to choose from! They run the gamut from cute bunnies and pretty eggs to religious imagery, and include everything from basic coloring sheets to word scrambles to a couple of simple craft projects.
Oriental Trading’s coloring pages offer simple designs that younger children will enjoy.
For older children check out these sample pages from the Artful Eggs from Around the World Stained Glass Coloring Book.
And I even found some Easter coloring pages for adults! Or older kids. Or younger kids who don’t particularly care if they’re staying in the lines. Whatever, they’re just pretty.
Are you having family over for Easter? How about a rousing game of Pin the Tail on the Bunny? The print’s creator suggests having the game printed at your local copy or office supply store as a black-and-white engineering print to save money, and I can confirm that those prints are super cost-effective. You can make decorating tails a craft of its own to entertain your little guests, and then play as soon as everyone has their own unique tail ready to go.
For your Disney-loving little ones there’s a Mickey and Friends Easter activity printable, a Phineas and Ferb activity page, and two printables featuring the gang from Winnie the Pooh. If you’re into arts and crafts, there are also Disney print-and-make projects (and some egg decorating inspiration) that I’ve linked to here.
Here’s a rabbit mask printable. Technically, it was created to celebrate the Chinese New Year, but I won’t tell if you won’t.
This is a collection of egg printables (plus some bonus non-egg pages at the bottom). My favorite thing about this link is that there are several pages of plain egg shapes. I know that seems kind of boring, but I love the possibilities for open-ended creativity. And clearly, I’m artistically-challenged enough that I prefer someone else to draw my eggs for me.
If you’re looking for educational options, here’s a whole selection of Easter-themed worksheets and printables. Some of them are very educational (think word problems and handwriting practice), but some of them are those “sneaky” learning activities like dot-to-dot drawings and color by numbers. And there are options like mazes and even some craft projects, too. (You do have sign up for a free Education.com account to access them.)
And finally, here’s a little coloring/activity book printable that makes a perfect little Easter basket stuffer.