Keep the kids entertained before Easter dinner with these DIY Easter activity sheets made into placemats, and DIY some adorable bunny crayon holders, too!
There is a lot of cooking and baking going on!
If the kids start looking like they need something fun to do while you’re getting things together, then I have a fun idea to keep them entertained.
These Easter Activity Sheets are as easy to make as printing them out!
I also have a fun and simple upcycle idea to go with it that you can make in no time flat to hold crayons for coloring and writing.
I made a quick video that shows you the project in a quick glance, but definitely read through for the full details on how to create these Easter activity sheets and adorable bunny crayon holders.
Easter Activity Sheets: Placemat
Cardstock or construction paper
There are 2 printables available. The activity sheet is fun for older children and includes Easter-themed connect-the-dots, word scramble, maze, coloring, and jokes.
The other sheet is a fun Easter egg coloring activity great for younger children.
These activity sheets can also be printed on regular paper and glued to a sheet of cardstock.
I off-centered the label to leave room for creative drawing.
The addition of a little bow allows children to practice their tying skills and adds a decorative element to the activity sheets.
These can act as placemats at the Easter table!
Easter Activity Sheets: Bunny
This little bunny craft is super simple to create and makes it easy to keep crayons contained and within reach at the Easter table.
Empty toilet paper or paper towel roll
Washer (1 per bunny)
Hot glue gun
Cut ear and feet shapes from the cardstock. Also cut two 2-inch circles.
Cut the toilet paper roll in half.
Use the Sharpie to draw a bunny face on the toilet paper roll, and feet and ears on cut out shapes.
Use hot glue to adhere the washer to the center of one of the circles.
Hot glue feet to the circle as well.
Adhere 2nd circle on top of the first circle to hide the washer.
Hot glue toilet paper tube to top of circle, keeping glue to the inside of the tub.
Glue on ears and cotton ball tail.
You can also stock the bunny with Easter stickers for the children to use on their placemat activity sheets.
I hope you’ll make these Easter Activity Sheets for Easter this year!
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This post was originally shared March, 2017.