Spend some quality time with your kids all while getting the house decorated for Easter with these cute and easy Easter crafts to make with your kids.
“Mommy, what can I do?”
My daughter is asking me this for the fourth time in the last 30 minutes, and it’s getting old. Honestly, my first instinct is just to snap “I am NOT a cruise director.”
Okay, so that may have come out of my mouth more than a few times over the years.
We try to give the kids plenty of options for independent play during the day, including coloring, reading, blocks, and so many other toys around the house.
But the question still persists: “Mommy, what can I do?”
Clearly I’m no parenting expert, but I’ve found that one of the best ways to fight that question is to find something you can enjoy doing together.
After a couple hours of crafting together, our kids are usually ready for something more independent, and we’ve just spent some quality time bonding together.
And if it helps get the house decorated for an upcoming holiday, then it’s a total win-win, right?
Easter will be here before we all know it, so let’s take a look at some fun Easter crafts for kids that we can all enjoy.
But Before We Get Started…
You may want to make sure you have some of these supplies on hand:
- Washi Tape
- Card Stock
- Paper Plates
- Old Washcloths
- Pom Poms
- White School Glue
- Food Coloring
- Clear Contact Paper
- Pipe Cleaners
Don’t forget to check out each of the tutorials below for special supplies, too.
Easter Crafts for Kids (and You) to Do Together
Easter Egg Mason Jars are a fun painting craft to make with older kids.
(Click here to pin this project)
Now, It’s Your Turn
Use the list at the top of this page to pull together a box of Easter-themed craft supplies. And, the next time your kids say “Mommy, what can I do?” you’ll be ready to go!
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