21 Easter Activities for Kids HTML version

Christmas isn’t the only holiday that a decorative wreath can be displayed.
This simple Easter wreath is bright and colorful and the kids can display it on a door to greet
visitors or hang it in a window.
paper plate
colored construction paper
craft glue
gold or silver paint
markers or crayons
glitter (optional)
stickers (optional)
Cut a circle out of the center of the paper plate to leave a ring which becomes the base of the
Paint the wreath base in gold or silver.
Cut different sized egg shapes out of the colored construction paper.
Decorate the egg cutouts with markers, crayons, glitter, pieces of ribbon and stickers.
When the wreath base is dry, glue the egg cutouts onto the wreath allowing them to overlap.
Put a hole in the top of the wreath and tie a ribbon through the hole to hang the wreath.
The Easter egg wreath is now ready to display.
For this variation, instead of painting the wreath base in gold
or silver, the wreath can be covered with straw. Paint a heavy
coat of glue over the base and then cover it with straw. The
eggs are then glued onto the straw and your wreath will look
like a nest of eggs.
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