We are not enamored with the Easter bunny here. In fact, were it not for a Veggie Tales reference, I’m not sure my little boys would even know the concept of “Easter Bunny.” Instead we focus our celebration of the holiday with a study of the last days of Christ’s life and a look back at the Passover week in which He chose to die. We celebrate Jesus. His Death. His Burial. His Resurrection. I usually cry when my husband washes our little ones’ feet for our Last Supper celebration.
I’ve shared quite a few of the resources we use in He Is Risen: Resurrection Resources. But as I looked back over that post to freshen it up for this year, something started niggling in my brain. Didn’t I make a set of Easter printables last year? I distinctly remembered doing so – and yet I couldn’t find it referenced anywhere! Turns out I created this set of notebooking pages for chronicling Passion week last year as a freebie for my Facebook page, and for some reason I never did post the Easter printables to my website.
I think your family will enjoy using these free Easter printables as writing paper, the basis for notebooking projects, and even for coloring. My kids like to cut out the pictures and color them and then mount them in their notebook without the writing lines. I’m sure your children can come up with even more inventive ways to use these free printables in your celebration. I’ve included three different handwriting line sizes, black and white line art to color, and the free Easter printables set includes 30 pages in all.
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Thanks for the printables Amy! As a newbie to homeschooling/unschooling it all helps.
Amy Blevins says
I am so glad they are a help!