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He Is Risen! Easter Craft

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Looking for an Easter craft idea to make with kids of different ages at Sunday School? An easy Christ-centered craft to help you teach kids the Easter story? This He Is Risen Easter craft has simple shapes, focuses on the three crosses on the Calvary Hill and comes with an easy template.

He Is Risen Easter craft

This is our third Jesus Is Risen! craft. We started last year with this pop-up craft and we continued with this He Is Risen! Easter Egg craft. I really liked the egg shape so decided to use it again. Another resurrection craft that has as the main element the three crosses.

Jesus Is Risen craft

While the craft is great for young kids to practice their scissors cutting skills, it is also engaging for older kids. That’s why it makes a good Sunday School craft idea.

You can also make it at home with just your little one. The template I created comes with two versions, one to be printed directly on colored paper and be used in the classroom, and another one to be traced on colored paper and to be made at home.

He Is Risen Easter craft

He Is Risen! Easter craft for kids

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How to make the He Is Risen! Easter craft

He Is Risen! three crosses craft

STEP BY STEP DIRECTIONS FOR HOME CRAFTING

Print the home template, cut out the patterns and trace them on corresponding colored paper. While you can use the cross patterns as is, you will need to trace the egg on light blue paper, the hill on gray or brown paper and the light on yellow paper.

Start by gluing the hill at the bottom of the egg.

hill

Glue the light onto the egg, above the hill.

light

Add the three crosses with the biggest cross in the middle and the other two smaller crosses, one on each side.

crosses

STEP BY STEP DIRECTIONS FOR CLASSROOM CRAFTING

Print the classroom template on corresponding colored paper. The crosses are printed on white paper, the egg on light blue paper, the light on yellow paper and the hill on gray or brown paper.

Start by gluing the hill at the bottom of the egg.

Glue the light onto the egg, above the hill.

Add the three crosses with the biggest cross in the middle and the other two smaller crosses, one on each side.

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