The Easter long weekend means lots of time to catch up with family and friends and time to do some fun Easter activities too.
I am all about easy when it comes to holiday crafts, so often I turn to one of the fab free printables out there to help us get started.
I love that printables make crafting easy, even for those of us who can’t draw a straight line with a ruler (like me!). They can also be a great quick and easy activity to keep multiple kids engaged while you cook a holiday feast or chat with family.
So here’s my current go to list of fun free Easter printables for kids.
There are a range of projects, some for older kids and tweens, and some for little ones, so there is something fun for everyone!
Easter Things to Make
This Easter garland is by far the favourite Easter craft we’ve made. You can also use our free printable patterned eggs for all kinds of other crafty things too.
Make a cute bunny or carrot box from Little House on the Corner.
Or make a Easter chick basket with this free printable from The Craft Train.
Make super hero Easter eggs with this cool free printable from Create Craft Love.
Practice your origami skills with our easy print and fold Easter gift boxes.
These egg stands from Krokotak are easy to cut and perfect for holding your Easter egg creations.
Use our free printable Easter shapes to make a garland, gift tags, cake toppers, cards or whatever you can imagine!
Make one of these super cute Easter masks from Kiki and Company for Crafting Chick
Print our Easter postcards and send one to a friend!
These Easter candy huggers from Lia Griffith are adorable!
Make an Easter basket to fill with goodies – from Real Life at Home.
Have you printed out our fun free Easter play dough mats yet?
Play Easter snap, or go fish, or old maid with these free printable Easter cards from Childhood101
Print out a giant Easter egg to colour from Mr Printables.
These Easter egg colouring pages with intricate patterns from Mum in The Mad House are our favourite this year.
Play Easter eye spy! This range of free printable eye spy sheets from Gift of Curiosity come in three levels of difficulty so they cover a wide age range.
This bunny eye spy game from Next Comes L is another great activity.
Play Easter bingo from Artsy Fartsy Mama
This clever tumble bunny from Made by Joel is great fun for older kids to make and experiment with.
Do you remember doing colour by numbers when you were a kid? This Easter color by numbers set from Itsy Bitsy Fun includes four different pictures.
Put on a puppet show with these cute Easter finger puppets from Tatertots and Jello.
Older kids can make a treasure hunt for the younger kids with these Easter Hunt cards from Fun With Mama.
Use this free Easter Egg template from The Craft Train to make some scratch art, or to collage or paint.