No Bake Easy Easter Snack & Resurrection Activity For Kids

He He Risen Easy Easter Snack & Activity for Kids

Easter is one of my favorite holidays!  I love everything about it!  I try to make sure that the reason behind the season isn’t lost in all the jelly beans and Easter Eggs.  If you are looking for a quick and easy snack and activity to do with your children or a project for Sunday School at church this one is always a big hit!

No Bake Easy Easter Snack & Resurrection Activity For Kids

Resurrection Snack and Activity For Kids

Start with a Graham Cracker and spread on some green tinted icing.  Green grass is always very Easter-ish! :)

Easy Resurrection Snack and Activity for kids Easter

Then we add a doughnut to represent the tomb that Jesus was buried in.

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Then we added half of a doughnut hole to represent the rock that had been moved to reveal the empty tomb.  And for fun we added a toothpick with the words “He Has Risen!”.

He has Risen snack and Resurrection Activity

This project is quick to hold the kiddo’s attention, a great lesson, easy for the small kids to make and fun for the big ones to want to make one too!  Feel free to decorate with green coconut for grass, flower sprinkles, or fun Easter toppers!

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Comments

  1. says

    I am suppose to be on a diet….now I blame you lol. I love doing Easter crafts with food the pastel colors are my favorite to try.

  2. Kristen @ kristenione says

    He is risen indeed! What a cute idea for teaching your kids. Also super delicious and now I am thinking about those doughnuts!

  3. says

    Those are too cute. I think we need to do those in my Mom’s Sunday School class – it’s simple enough for them to do it in the small amount of time they have. Thanks for sharing!

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