A Creative 8 Day Journey from Palm Sunday to Resurrection Sunday
After doing a Christmas advent countdown with my daughter, I knew I wanted to put a more intentional effort into the other important holidays throughout the year, especially Easter.
During advent, she learned so many things about the true meaning of Christmas and celebrating the birth of Jesus. That’s when I decided on an Easter countdown with daily reading and activities. While preparing this to use at home, I thought it would be something helpful to share with you.
The Easter Adventure includes a fun egg hunt printable, with daily scripture reading, craft suggestions, activities, and a memory verse to learn during the week.
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Below are craft ideas I collected for each day, and we gave a few of them a try too.
Supply List for Suggested Crafts and Activities:
- Print off printables
- One dozen plastic eggs
- 12 small toys/candies for eggs
- Construction Paper
- Popsicle Sticks
- Cardboard box (any size)
- Washable Paint (white specifically, then additional options)
- Styrofoam/Paper bowl
- Scrap Wood
- Small Sticks from Outside
Add Easter books and/or objects for a more interactive experience. View my suggestions here.
Sunday, Day 1: Palm Sunday
Here’s our version of the hand print palm branches.
Monday, Day 2: Have Faith
Tuesday, Day 3: Love Your Neighbor
Wednesday, Day 4: Jesus Loves Me
Thursday, Day 5: Last Supper
Friday, Day 6: Good Friday
Saturday, Day 7: In the Tomb
I love the pictures of Elia holding this craft. So sweet!
Sunday, Day 8: He has Risen
We did this one too!
More Craft Ideas
Here’s my Pinterest board for Easter craft ideas for kids. I love getting inspiration from Pinterest.
Let’s Do this Together
Starting on Palm Sunday, I will be sharing our daily crafting on my social media @turnerlittles. I would love to see how you’re using the Easter Adventure guide with your family. Tag me on social media, so I can see and share. Instagram and Facebook @turnerlittles.
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