EASY CHOCOLATE BIRD NESTS
My daughter's class was studying birds, and so we made these cute little nests to share with her friends. I have seen them so many times but had never made them. I was surprised by how easy they were!
Crafts | Disney Family
Grab your scissors, grab your glue! Find hundreds of Disney-inspired art and craft ideas for kids of all ages including holiday and seasonal crafts, decorations and more.
Crochet Bunny and Easter Snacks for Kids
Crochet Bunny and Easter Snacks for Kids A crochet bunny is the perfect accent for a mason jar full of Easter snacks for kids. It’s a strange phenom
The Best Easter Crafts for Preschoolers and Toddlers
The easiest Easter crafts for preschoolers and toddlers! Directions for wooden spoon chicks, toilet paper Easter bunnies, Easter egg paper plates and more
Cotton Ball Bunny
I saw this idea on allkidsnetwork.com. I loved it because it was cute and easy. Even LB (18mo) had fun with this. Here's what you need: Cotton balls White card stock pink construction paper Googly eyes glue marker Here's what you do: With the card stock, cut out a circle and 2 bunny ears Cut out smaller versions of the ears with the pink construction paper. Put glue all over the white circle Place cotton balls on the glue Glue on the ears, nose, and eyes Draw the mouth with marker
Cardboard bunny mask
It's time to celebrate Easter and what better way to get your kids in the swing of it than with some fun Easter craft? This simple yet effective bunny mask is easy to make and a great activity to do with the kids. Hop to it!
Easter Theme Activities in Preschool
Easter theme unit for pre-k and preschool teachers. Math and literacy activities, ideas, and printables focusing on rabbits, chicks, ducks and eggs
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Virtual Book Club: The Easter Egg by Jan Brett
Having a book club for your child and a friend can be a fun way to experience a book. Joining up with a group of friends online for a virtual book club can be an exciting way to experience a book. But participating in a book club at home, and sharing your ideas in a blog hop for that book online? Now that's just "egg-cellent!" We recently participated in Toddler Approved's virtual book club for Jan Brett's The Easter Egg. We had a friend over to share the book and enjoy a book related snack…