Resurrection Eggs Color Your Own Cards Printable
Last year I created these color your own resurrection eggs because I needed something quick. Easter had snuck up on me by arriving so early and I needed to plan a faith-based Easter FAST.
This year I have more time and I am in better shape than last year. We have dove into creating some Faith-based Easter decor like our Resurrection Cross craft but, I can’t wait to see the kids faces when I pull out and hang these eggs we colored last year for our study.
I am thinking each child will get their own set this year to color as we flip last years on display.
I know what it is like being a busy mom. I know what it is like when life gets tough and you wonder how you will make it through the day let alone make a holiday fun, exciting, and educational when you don’t have any energy left for ANYTHING.
This resurrection eggs printable is my way of helping out a bit. Parents and Sunday school teachers will find this set a quick and economical last-minute way to teach the Easter story.
How to use these color your own resurrection eggs
These resurrection eggs print two to a sheet making them large enough for little hands. Each one can be colored front and back (Designed ones are included for printing on the back of eggs or gluing to the back of the eggs.)
Each egg has the corresponding Bible passage in a font your child can color as well.
A great way to use these eggs is to color and create a display as a family. Hang the eggs on the display with the back (think outside of the egg) pointing out. Each day you can flip the egg to the other side and visit the passage in the bible.
By the end, your child will have learned the story of the resurrection and you have a cute display for your home. We used bakers twine and mini clothespins for our hanging.
Resurrection Eggs Printable
This set is a great project to have each child make a set and laminate for them to use with their own kids one day.
What a great craft to remind kiddos the real reason for easter. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for the printable. I rely on crafts like these to help my littles understand the meaning of holidays.
This looks like a great idea! My husband and I were trying to think how we could make Resurrection Day better than Christmas. Still working on that one, but I really do appreciate your idea!
I love these. We have a set of plastic resurrection eggs, but these would be a great hands-on way for little ones to remember the symbolism.
Great craft idea for the little ones! How creative!
This is exactly what I have been looking for. Thank you!
I am so happy these printable coloring resurrection eggs are just what you need.