Thursday, March 9, 2017


Around this time of year we begin talking about Easter. In our classroom we learn about Jesus and how he gave his life for us, so we can be here today. There are so many fun things we do to celebrate this special day in our room. Check out some of their crafts below! 

The children made stained glass windows with a cross in the middle. We used a precut piece of laminating paper and a glue stick. once they finished sticking all the tissue paper on we added the cross on top and put them through the laminator. 

The little ones got to dye easter eggs too! What fun they had picking the colors for the eggs and watching them turn all different colors! 

While their eggs dried we made little chicks cups to take home their eggs in! 

We also made baby chicks (originally found here) for our hallway bulletin board. 

My little ones used a pom pom, tweezer, white paint, and a bunny cut out to make this adorable craft. I found the original idea here. Too cute!

For our Easter celebrations we bag goodie bags using stained glass cross and lily's made by outlining their little hands. 

Here are some cute things my two kids and other little ones in the preschool made over the years.