Easter Round-Up

As we approach Easter I wanted to share my favorite resources for tots, preschoolers and early elementary.

A Sense of the Resurrection - from the maker of Truth in the Tinsel.  This is a hands-on way to engage your children in the Truth.

Kids of Integrity:  Easter - a free downloadable PDF with lots of activities.  For ages 3-5 they recommend using the forgiveness lesson

Lapbook Lessons has a great section for Easter, filled with games, crafts and printables.  I most recently printed off the eggs as my daughter kept asking if she could decorate with paper eggs so the "Easter Bunny" can find us.  It's hard to avoid the over commercialization of the bunny, and this is a nice way to tie the eggs back into Truth.

Little Monkey Printables has a cute Easter Preschool Pack that I have used in the past.

Christian Preschool Printables has lots of games and crafts to look at.  We particularly enjoyed the Hosanna printables and the He is Risen! craft.

Veggie Tales - An Easter Carol was always a favorite of mine to use when my oldest was a preschooler.

Egglo Eggs is a favorite of my children.  We reviewed this last year and the kids were so excited to see it all come out of storage this year.
Grapevine Studies - The Resurrection would be an excellent choice for older elementary children.  This is one we've recently reviewed and enjoyed.
What are your favorite Easter resources?

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