Easter Theme Printables and More

Easter Printables



Below you will find links to all of our Easter Theme Printables and activities. Over the years we have done many activities to celebrate Easter in a Godly way.  Focusing on the Resurrection of our Lord, Jesus Christ! I hope these printables and ideas can help your family as you choose ideas to help you celebrate this awesome time of year!


Just Color! Easter

A free coloring activity set focused on celebrating Easter

Just Color Easter


Easter Homeschool Fun

A wrap up post showing all that we enjoyed in our homeschool to celebrate Easter

Easter Fun in Homeschool


Easter Fun Sensory Bin

This is a silly non-true-meaning-of-Easter sensory bin

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Resurrection Eggs Printable Mini Book

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Easter Tot Pack

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Raising Rock Stars Family Time ~ Easter Theme

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Tiny Tot School ~ Easter Style

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Easter Lapbook

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Easter Song Printable

{Songs for Saplings}

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Easter Books & More…image


Are you on Pinterest?

Easter Theme Pinterset Board

You can check out my Easter Finds here!

Easter Fun ~ Sensory Bin & More

We usually don’t focus on the novelty side of Easter, but my mom sent up a ton of cute little items so I decided to put together an Easter Fun Sensory Bin.  The kids love playing with little toys and items so I just knew they would love this tub full of junk, wonderful items!IMG_0896

A few first day action shots…

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In addition to the bin, I set up a few of our Easter baskets around, one with blow up eggs and one with plastic eggs.  They always beg to play with the eggs and have their own egg hunts ~ now they can!

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This time I decided to put our gel clings on our boxes instead of in the bin and they all loved them!IMG_1000 IMG_0994

I set out a basket filled with out Easter Books also…IMG_0920

I was amazed with the interest in the book basket, mostly from Krash.  He begged me to read several books and looked at them for a long time on his own!

 

A bit of info on where I got some of the stuff:

  • My mom.  Sorry, no link for that.
  • Oriental Trading has tons of awesome sensory bin items, just search by theme! We got MANY of the items in this bin from OT!

A few more Easter sensory bins I saw online…

If I missed yours, leave a link in the comments!

Use this button to jump to all of my Sensory Bin postsSensory-Bins622

Another Easter note ~ last year I made printables to go along with the Resurrection Eggs, and I have a Spring Fun webpage with more Easter printables and ideas!  Here is a post from Totally Tots filled with Easter Printables, and here is another one!

Tot School ~ Easter

~Krash is currently 46.5 months old~

~Ladybug is currently 11.5 months old~

Better late than never!  I think this just might be the very first time I posted Tot School this late!  I was too busy celebrating yesterday and too busy cleaning up and hanging out with the kids in the sunshine today!  

Learning Toys

Krash asked to get out his Leapfrog magnet sets, and he wanted both of them! IMG_3554 copy

He used his big pointer finger to pound in his letters this time… IMG_3577 copy

Working on numbers with these feet puzzles {consignment sale find} IMG_3582 copy

He made an airplane using his bristle blocks! IMG_3690 copyHe did some lacingIMG_3743 copyWe played ABC & 123 Jingo for the first time!  He really enjoyed it and did great! IMG_3757 copyI made our box filled with ping pong balls this week and added in some tubes.  He had GREAT fun exploring with this! IMG_3584 copyWe added Erin’s awesome shapes to our daily calendar routine.  He chooses a shape of the day and walks around the schoolroom looking through his little shape window and finds something to match the shape!  I LOVE these things, so does he! IMG_3726 copy

 

Theme

We continue to explore our Easter theme, completing our last few activities focused on Easter.  He dot painted his He is Risen sheet…IMG_3557 copy

We put our numbers in order and then he practiced counting 1:1 several times with his big pointer. IMG_3567 copy

He made his butterfly cut and glue craftIMG_3574 copy IMG_3580 copy

He completed his Jelly Bean Prayer book, one day coloring at the big table with Pac, it was so cute!IMG_3687 copy

Post SubTitles ABC

H is for house!  We read Tumble Bumble, which he LOVED! IMG_3704 copy

 

Tiny Tot SchoolLadybug had tons of fun exploring STRING this week!  I cut longs strands of yarn and bunched it all together in a ball and gave it to her.  She was SO funny to watch as she pulled it all apart and worked to get it untangled! IMG_3590 copyShe also loved it when Pac Man dangled it in front of her…serious eye-hand coordination going on here! ;-)IMG_3864 copy 2

She still loves to read and we recently found this old book of Pac Man’s and she LOVES it!IMG_3816 copy

She is very into the Itty Bitty I Spy Bag too!IMG_3789 copyShe played with our Ikea cups a lot this week! IMG_3766 copy Pac Man built her a spinny thing with the bristle blocks and showed her how to spin it, she loved this!IMG_3849 copyShe is up on all 4s now!  She still mainly scoots on her belly, but she can get on all 4 and she can also sit herself up now!IMG_3833 copy

 

Life School

I saw a neat experiment in my Family Fun magazine, so we tried it!  Oil-water-food coloring and an Alka Seltzer Antacid tablet {except I missed the word “antacid” and used a cold Alka Seltzer, it sorta worked}. We got a few green bubbles to come up…IMG_3885 copyKrash enjoyed when I told him to shake as hard as he could! IMG_3903 copy

 

Moms Favorite

Um, yeah—melted my heart.  Krash is “showing” Ladybug how to play the Leapster. IMG_3671 copy

 

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Raising Rock Stars ~ Easter

We surprised the kids with a fun night of dying our Easter eggs!  Before we started we read the book, The Best Thing About Easter and discussed the truth presented in this book.  That things we do, like dying eggs, are OK, but we must never think that they are the BEST part about Easter. JESUS is the best part of Easter!

We had a great time together, and as usual Krash had us all giggling the entire time.  That boy is a nut.IMG_3530 copy

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We even helped Ladybug tie-dye an egg ;-)  She wasn’t too impressed.IMG_3525

I will be posting Raising Rock Stars sporadically throughout the month of April, as we will be taking a family vacation in the middle of the month!

 

Resources used this week:

Visit theRaising Rock Stars Webpage to download your own notebook pages and to see links to previous Rock Stars posts!

Tot School ~ Easter

~Krash is currently 46.5 months old~

~Ladybug is currently 11.5 months old~

We are carrying on around here, getting ready for the big change from Tot School to Preschool with Krash.  I am spending hours and hours behind the scenes preparing for that.  We are going to officially begin mid-April.  We go on vacation April 10 for a little over a week, then plan to get into Preschool when we return!  For now we carry on in Tot School fashion, these being his final weeks…wow time flies!

Learning Toys

Krash has always been better at letter ID than number ID, so we are working hard!  Here he is putting his magnets in order {with help from me}.  We also practiced counting 1:1 several times once they were all in order.IMG_5799 copy

We went outside to play with our lowercase alphabet beanbags {my mom made them for us}

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We used our ABC floor puzzle letters to work on K’s name, here he is hopping on the letters as he says them.  IMG_5740 copy We dug out our bottle top spelling cards and this time he chose Nana first ;-).IMG_5785 copy

He also worked with his color wheel, I remember not so long ago when he couldn’t open clothespins at all!  He’s so big now! IMG_5795 copy

Theme

We continue to explore our Easter theme and added in our Resurrection Eggs this week.  Krash had a GREAT time exploring them each morning freely.  We are teaching through them, but I also gave him time to just explore.IMG_5716 copy

I made K color eggs, putting a few small items in the colored egg to match.  He opened them all, dumped them all out and then put them all back correctly. IMG_5729 copy

The boys played Roll an Easter EggIMG_5733 copy  We made more patterns with our eggsIMG_3250

We played the Easter Dice Game again… IMG_3248

 

Post SubTitles ABC

G is for goat!  We read a few farm books, his favorite being Grumpy Morning.IMG_3499 copy

Tiny Tot SchoolLadybug explored eggs this week!  She played with her eggs every day and loved them every single time.  We used a basket and also an empty parmesan cheese container to play with them.  She didn’t really like it when we put them all into the container and made her get them out herself ;-)IMG_3439 copy

Pac Man counted one at a time for her as he put them in…she just stares at him, it’s adorable.IMG_3430 copy  IMG_5840 copyIMG_5831 copy

I was brave and let her explore our Sensory Box…Easter basket grass!  The box was mostly for Krash, but he wasn’t all that interested so it became for Ladybug.  I let her go at it on this day and she had a blast!IMG_3450 copyI think things like this are important {under CLOSE supervision} because it exposes babies to textures and sounds they probably wouldn’t encounter otherwise.  You can just see her little brain working as she plays.  I love her face below ;-).IMG_3474 copy She also loved playing with the pegs this week.  I gave her just a few and she loved holding them, perfect size for her little hands!  Pac Man is always stealing kisses ;-).IMG_5881

She joined us for morning calendar time this week and was so cute.  Lately she has been napping during calendar time but this day she was awake and she loved it!  She held our cards for us!IMG_5721 copy

Life School

Definite learning going on here during Fort Building 101.IMG_2956

Moms Favorite

Krash is obsessed with ladders.  Daddy was working outside hanging a new swing for us and Krash had to be right in the action.  I love his face below ;-)IMG_3087

He is also obsessed with tools, apparently the ladder needed some fixing. IMG_3167 copy

 

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