Easter Activities for Families

Help your child make a set of resurrection eggs: 12 Easter eggs that tell the story of Jesus’s death and resurrection. You’ll need a dozen empty plastic eggs, which you can number from 1-12 with a marker. Each egg will then be filled with small items representing parts of the Easter story. You can either have a family scavenger hunt to find the items, or print and color the included pictures to cut out and put inside the eggs. Once the eggs are filled, you can take turns opening each of them in order and explaining which part of the Easter story that each item represents.