Easter is one of my favorite holidays to celebrate in the classroom, so I’ve rounded up some of the best Easter ideas that I think you’ll simply love. In the comments, leave a link to one of your favorite Easter ideas!
Roundup of the Best Easter Ideas
Treats for Your Students
Grab this ADORABLE homework pass from Erica Bohrer.
IF you don’t have to contend with peanut allergies, these baby chick cookies from Sweet Simple Stuff are PRECIOUS!
I’m also swooning over these Bunny Tails (powdered donut holes) with a FREE printable gift tag from Frog Prince Paperie.
Oh my stars, y’all. I have ALL the heart eyes for this Easter bunny bag from Craftaholics Anonymous.
Aren’t these shaving cream Easter eggs from Typically Simple just stunning? I think I’d like a hole row of these hung like bunting from my mantle at home!
I’m hoping our Art teacher tries these black glue and watercolor eggs. GORGEOUS! This idea comes from I Heart Crafty Things.
More Easter goodness from I Heart Crafty Things: This baby chick finger puppet is TOTES ADORBS!
Who knew carrots could be so stinking cute? Follow this tutorial from We are Scout / The Red Thread Blog.
I love, love, love free printables! I keep a few 8 x 10 frames on my mantle and print out new things to go in them each month. Here are a few of my favorite Easter printables!
This Vintage bunny is stunning. It’s from Kate’s Creative Space.
This typographic Easter Bunny from Dawn Nicole Designs simply makes me feel HAPPY.
Easter, to me, is all about the crucifixion, burial, and resurrection of my Savior. So, the next printable is incredibly meaningful. You can get it from The Happy Tulip.
Finally, these Easter photo booth printables (which are FREE! HOLLA!) are perfect for your Easter celebration at home or school. Get them from one of my favorite sites, The Dating Divas!
Don’t you agree that these are some of the best Easter ideas? I can’t wait to use some of the ideas this Easter.
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