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Easter Crafts for ESL Class – Easter Activities
Easter Egg Scrolls – Cultural Fun Time

Easter is fast approaching and when the Easter holiday arrives, we think of the Easter bunny or Easter eggs. Easter is a time for renewal as is suggested by the true concept of Easter which is the resurrection of Jesus Christ. What’s fun about the Easter holiday are the Easter mall shows and Easter egg hunts for kids and like other holidays, the opportunity to make Easter crafts.

The most common of Easter crafts is the making of Easter Eggs. Eggs, whether real or plastic are decorated with colorful patterns and/or stuck with various colorful cutout designs or other decorations. They are either displayed or used in Easter egg hunts where eggs are hidden everywhere as the Easter bunny is often depicted doing. Prizes are given for every egg found.

To celebrate the Easter holiday of renewal, here is a special variation of the Easter egg called Easter egg scrolls. The following is needed to make Easter egg scrolls:

  • Any number of chicken eggs
  • Small pieces of stationery paper
  • Colored pens
  • Paint, water color, crayons (make sure it is kid-safe, non-toxic)
  • Paper tape
  • Hairdryer – *Must be supervised by an Adult at all times)

First, carefully punch a hole on top of the eggs without breaking the whole shell. Next, drain the egg contents into a bowl to be used for cooking. Next, wash the inside of the eggs with water and drain. Leave the eggs to dry or use a hairdryer. Then, cut the stationery paper so that they can fit in the egg once rolled then write notes of well wishes on the paper in English using colored pens. Notes like “Happy Easter. Enjoy your new start in life” or simply “Have a happy Easter” will do. Roll the paper and put inside the egg. Cover the hole with paper tape and color the egg anyway desired using colored pens, paint, water color or crayons.

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Easter Bunny Card

The Easter bunny is one of the major symbols of Easter along with Easter eggs and Easter chicks. Like Christmas’ Santa Clause, the Easter bunny brings Easter eggs and gifts to children on the eve of the Easter holiday. When Easter approaches, fun activities include participating in Easter egg hunts and making Easter crafts that feature either Easter eggs or the Easter bunny to give to someone special or as displays for the occasion.

For the Easter bunny, Easter is a time for giving Easter eggs and other presents. Kids will enjoy creating something fun and at the same time giving something worthwhile for the Easter holiday. Among the many Easter crafts available, the best and most expressive would be an Easter bunny card.

There are many ways to make an Easter bunny card. The card to be made here would be as fluffy as a real Easter bunny. The materials needed are:

  • Blank card stock or a rectangular piece of soft light-colored cardboard
  • Blue, red or black colored marker (make sure it is kid-safe, non-toxic)
  • Glue (make sure it is kid-safe, non-toxic)
  • Cotton balls
  • Pair of wiggly eyes
  • Some black yarn
  • Red cardboard

To make the Easter bunny card, first fold the card stock or cardboard in two to make a fold-out card. Then smear the front page with glue and spread the cotton balls on the page until it is fully covered with cotton. Cut out some long rabbit ear shapes with some spare cardboard. Stick the ‘ears’ a little beneath the first page. Cover the ears with some cotton as well. Stick the wiggly eyes on the front page. Cut a small red circle for the nose. Cut six two-inch pieces of black yarn for whiskers and stick them on either side of the nose. Cut out little hearts and egg shapes from the red cardboard and stick them with glue inside the card. Write a well-meaning Easter holiday message in English like ‘Happy Easter’.

Easter Crafts for ESL Class – Easter Activities

Easter Bunny Card

The Easter bunny is one of the major symbols of Easter along with Easter eggs and Easter chicks. Like Christmas’ Santa Clause, the Easter bunny brings Easter eggs and gifts to children on the eve of the Easter holiday. When Easter approaches, fun activities include participating in Easter egg hunts and making Easter crafts that feature either Easter eggs or the Easter bunny to give to someone special or as displays for the occasion.

For the Easter bunny, Easter is a time for giving Easter eggs and other presents. Kids will enjoy creating something fun and at the same time giving something worthwhile for the Easter holiday. Among the many Easter crafts available, the best and most expressive would be an Easter bunny card.

There are many ways to make an Easter bunny card. The card to be made here would be as fluffy as a real Easter bunny. The materials needed are:

Blank card stock or a rectangular piece of soft light-colored cardboard

Blue, red or black colored marker (make sure it is kid-safe, non-toxic)

Glue (make sure it is kid-safe, non-toxic)

Cotton balls

Pair of wiggly eyes

Some black yarn

Red cardboard

 

To make the Easter bunny card, first fold the card stock or cardboard in two to make a fold-out card. Then smear the front page with glue and spread the cotton balls on the page until it is fully covered with cotton. Cut out some long rabbit ear shapes with some spare cardboard. Stick the ‘ears’ a little beneath the first page. Cover the ears with some cotton as well. Stick the wiggly eyes on the front page. Cut a small red circle for the nose. Cut six two-inch pieces of black yarn for whiskers and stick them on either side of the nose. Cut out little hearts and egg shapes from the red cardboard and stick them with glue inside the card. Write a well-meaning Easter holiday message in English like ‘Happy Easter’.