Easter is right around the corner and if you are looking for an enjoyable way to spend some time with your little one, you may want to take an afternoon to do some festive crafts. Online family resource Parenting.com has some wonderful activities that children will have a blast creating. So grab some glue and a few markers, then get ready for a fun-filled time.
Do you have a tiny tot that enjoys coloring? Then this is going to be a blast for him or her. Print out this template, give your love bug a few crayons and let Junior go to town. Just make sure to place some old newspapers under the area he or she is coloring to keep your table clean. Proudly display you kid's artwork on Easter Sunday for all your guests to see.
For this activity, you'll need a mini frame, some pink foam and glitter. After taking a head shot of your child, cut out the pink foam in the shape of rabbit ears and glue to the frame. Next, let your son or daughter decorating the outside of the frame with Easter-themed stickers or glitter.
If your child is in elementary school, this is the perfect activity. Have your kid cut paper towel tubes so that they are one and a quarter inches. Next, have your youngster paint the ring with white paint. After it is done drying, cut out egg-shaped foam and glue it on top of the tube. For an extra unique touch, hole punch any extra foam and glue the dots the foam eggs.