If you are a Christian, Easter means more than bunnies, baskets, and egg hunts. There aren’t as many children’s activities focused on the religious significance of Easter.
Yes, those bring delight to the holiday, but Easter represents Jesus raising from the dead after he died on the cross.
This tape resist cross craft helps your children focus on the Easter story from the Bible.
For directions, visit Sun Hats and Wellie Boots blog post about Easter Canvases.
To save money, create on thick paper rather than canvas.
We have done this activity more than one year. All my children enjoyed the sensory experience of finger painting.
For children who have tactile sensory sensitivities, accommodate the activity to their special needs by using paint brushes rather than fingers to paint.
Encourage older children to create a painted a design if they think “scribbling” over the canvas is boring or babyish.