This He Is Risen agamograph is such a fun coloring activity for kids to make for Easter at home or for Sunday School.
Spring is the perfect time of year to reintroduce your children to the wonder of Easter.
However, because the resurrection is relevant all year round–this craft would make a great project whenever you want a quick, no-prep lesson on Christ’s sacrifice.
Whether you use this for Sunday School or an at-home activity, your child is sure to enjoy this His Is Risen agamograph.
Begin by coloring the image of three crosses. As your child scribbles away, tell them about Jesus’ love for them and how he died on the cross for their sins.
This death made a way for them to know God and be a part of God’s family. Share that Jesus had his arms open wide, ready to love them, on the cross.
The next image reads, “He Is Risen.”
Explain that after being dead for three days, Jesus became alive again! He defeated sin and death, and the Bible says that “in him [Jesus] was life, and the life was the light of men” (John 1:4).
Jesus gives eternal life to anyone who comes to him. Share that because he defeated death, anyone who trusts in Jesus will have life forever in heaven with God after they die.
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After coloring, fold your craft to become this beautiful agamograph. You can now see one image at a time, depending on the angle you look at the paper.
This He Is Risen agamograph is exciting and so much fun for children in preschool, as well as older ages!
SAVE WITH BUNDLES!
This craft is part of an awesome Easter craft bundle. Make sure to check it out.
He Is Risen Agamograph
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- He Is Risen amagograph template
- White printing paper
- Colored pencils – my favorites or markers
Step by step instructions
Start by printing the page with the two images and color them both.
Cut out the two images , keeping the letters/numbers at the bottom.
Cut out the strips and make sure to keep the letters/numbers at the bottom of the strips.
Glue the strips in order onto the blank frame, making sure to match the letters/numbers at the bottom of the strips with the letters/numbers at the bottom of the blank frame.
Cut off the white border of the frame, including the letters/numbers.
Fold the agamograph accordion-style along the lines between the pictures.
To see the two images, turn the agamograph to the left and to the right.