These 3 simple Easter egg hunt craft station ideas will help you make the most of your Easter egg hunt for church outreach.
A successful Easter egg hunt for church outreach helps families find more than just candy and plastic eggs, read on. You want to guide families toward the True Hope of the season with this outreach event.
You and I know the search begins and ends with Jesus. But for many who are searching, Easter is about bunnies, colored eggs, and baskets full of candy. How can you reach these families and help them discover the true hope of Easter?
Why not do it through the hearts—and tummies—of children? This Easter, make something old new again by reaching out to your community with an unforgettable Easter Egg Hunt that leaves people hungry for the message and hope of Easter.
3 Simple Easter Egg Hunt Craft Station Ideas
Use these craft ideas at your art stations. Assign a volunteer to each craft table to welcome families and to provide craft guidance and conversation. Kids can choose which fun crafts they’d like to make and take with them after the egg hunt.
Let kids glue jewels on the cross to create a colorful, stained-glass look. Kids can use this as a bookmark or hang it in a window at home.
This is a great way for kids to recycle the plastic eggs they’ve just collected. And they’ll make this baby chick craft to remind them of new life in Jesus.
Kids make a cute lamb note-holder to remember the Lamb of God. Use this Easter craft to help children learn that Jesus is the good shepherd. And it makes a very cool note holder as a gift!