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5 Super Fun and Easy Easter Classroom Activities

Easter-themed classroom activities can be a huge hit in your classroom for a few reasons. First, they can help to create a sense of community and togetherness in the classroom. By participating in fun, engaging activities together, students can build stronger connections with each other and with their teacher.





Second, Easter-themed activities can help to foster creativity and critical thinking skills. Many Easter-themed activities, such as creating art projects or solving puzzles, require students to think outside of the box and come up with creative solutions.


Finally, Easter-themed activities can help to enrich the students' understanding of the Easter holiday and its significance in different cultures.


By learning about the history and traditions associated with Easter, students can gain a deeper appreciation for this important holiday.


Here are a few ideas for creative Easter classroom activities:

  1. Have the students create Easter-themed art projects. This could include decorating Easter eggs, making Easter-themed cards or posters, or creating Easter-themed sculptures using materials such as clay or Play-Doh.

  2. Organize an Easter egg hunt in the classroom or school playground. This can be a fun and engaging activity for students of all ages. Add some worksheets with Easter-themed activities with the eggs so you can use this activity for the subject matter you are teaching at the moment. A revision class anyone?

  3. Hold an Easter-themed baking competition. Have students bring in their favorite Easter-themed treats, such as hot cross buns or Easter cookies, and have a taste-testing and voting session to determine the winners.

  4. Have the students create Easter-themed games or puzzles. This could include things like Easter-themed word searches, crossword puzzles, or even Easter-themed scavenger hunts. Again, ask them to include some subject matter you are currently working on and let them deepen their understanding by creating these tasks.

  5. Hold an Easter-themed storytelling or writing competition. Have the students write their own Easter-themed stories or poems and then have a reading or recitation session.





BONUS IDEA!


Are you looking for a ready-made Easter-themed lesson plan? Check out this Easter-themed bullying prevention escape room lesson plan on our resource webshop. All the clues are printable, so you can literally just download it, print and go.



Whatever you decide to do, the key is to be creative and have fun with it! Happy Easter! :)

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