Easter Sunday may have been a few days ago, but the season of Easter goes on for fifty days. From now until Pentecost, keep the Risen Christ alive with your kids using some of these activities!
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The Way of Light Coloring Book
During Lent, we pray the Way of the Cross, the fourteen stations that tell the story of Jesus' Passion and Death. During Easter, there is also a set of fourteen stations about the stories that happened between the Resurrection and Pentecost. The Biblical accounts are collected with simple pictures and the Scripture references in this mini coloring book:
The Way of Light Easter Sunrise
This craft creates a Easter sunrise with a ray of sun for each of the stations of the Way of Light:
The Way of Light Resurrection Eggs
This activity creates a set of Way of Light Easter eggs. Each egg contains small objects that tell the story of the days of Easter:
The Way of Light Story in a Bag
Using simple objects collected in a bag, this project helps kids be the story tellers of the events of the Easter Season:
Paschal Greeting Printable
The traditional Easter greeting in the form of a simple coloring page, great to hang up in your home or classroom:
Have some fun with lettering techniques and Scripture verses with special Easter significance while making these Easter posters:
Gospel in an Eggshell
Using tiny objects that fit into a plastic Easter egg, wrap together the story of Jesus' birth, death, and resurrection:
New Life Seeds
Connect the death and resurrection of Christ to the growth of seeds this spring time:
Fulton Sheen Quote Coloring Page
"Unless there is a cross in our lives, there will never be an empty tomb; unless there is a crown of thorns, there will never be the halo of light; unless there is a Good Friday, there will never be an Easter Sunday."
These eggs contain small objects and strips of Scripture that tell the story of Holy Week:
What Easter Looks Like Printable
Black & white and color printable of the symbols of the Easter season:
Regina Coeli Mini Book
During the season of Easter, we do not continue to pray the Angelus, but instead pray the Regina Coeli. This mini book contains the prayer, some explanations, definitions of words, and pictures to color:
This graphic organizer contains several of the theories that try to explain away the idea of the Resurrection of Christ. It could be used as a discussion starter for a middle or high school youth group study on the truth of the Resurrection.
I wish you and the kids in your lives a very blessed Easter season!