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He is Risen craft

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If you’re looking for a religious Easter craft or an easy craft for Sunday School for children, you will like this He is Risen craft. It uses paper as the main supply and it comes with a printable, for your convenience. It’s a pop-up craft that kids will enjoy playing with.

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We love bunny crafts, going on Easter egg hunts and taking pictures with the Easter bunny. But if we want to teach our kids about the true meaning of Easter, we need to turn to religion and talk to them about Jesus’s death and resurrection. An idea like our He is Risen craft is a fun way to do it at home or Sunday School.

Some of patterns, like Jesus clothes and bench, may be a bit too small for young kids to cut out. You can either skip them or try this He Is Risen! Easter Egg craft with preschoolers and kindergartners. You can even take a look at this collection of 11 Easter religious crafts and arts for more ideas.

We also have a third He Is Risen! Easter craft.

He is Risen craft

He is Risen craft for kids.

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How to make the He is Risen craft


The He is Risen template comes with two versions:

1. home template – print the template, cut out the patterns and trace them on corresponding paper.

2. classroom template – print the pattern directly on colored paper and cut them out.

This way you can easily craft with just one or two kids as well as with a classroom full of students.

STEP BY STEP DIRECTIONS FOR HOME CRAFTING

Print the home template, cut out the patterns and trace them on corresponding colored paper. Use Jesus and the burial cloths as is. Trace the tomb, stone and bench on gray paper and the tomb opening on black paper.

He is Risen printable

To make the He is Risen craft, you will need 1 Jesus, 1 gray tomb, 1 gray stone, 1 gray bench, 1 black tomb opening and 1 white cloth. 

Jesus tomb

Start by gluing the black tomb opening at the bottom of the gray tomb.

Bench

Glue the gray bench onto the tomb opening, towards the right side.

Tomb cloths

Glue the tomb cloths onto the bench.

Hole

Place the gray stone on top of the tomb and make a hole through both the them. The hole will have to be at the top.

Tomb and stone attached

Attach the tomb and stone together with a paper fastener.

Jesus on a stick

Glue Jesus on a craft stick.

STEP BY STEP DIRECTIONS FOR CLASSROOM CRAFTING

Print the classroom template on corresponding colored paper. Jesus and his tomb cloths are printed on white paper, the tomb, stone and bench are printed on gray paper and the tomb opening on white (the black pattern) or black (the outline pattern).

To make  the He is Risen! craft  each student will need 1 Jesus, 1 gray tomb, 1 gray stone, 1 gray bench, 1 black tomb opening and 1 white cloth. 

Start by gluing the black tomb opening at the bottom of the gray tomb.

Glue the gray bench onto the tomb opening, towards the right side.

Glue the tomb cloths onto the bench.

Place the gray stone on top of the tomb and make a hole through both the them. The hole will have to be at the top.

Attach the tomb and stone together with a paper fastener.

Glue Jesus on a craft stick.

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