Easter is a Christian celebration commemorating the Resurrection of Jesus three days after his crucifixion. Easter represents the happy completion of the Lenten season of fasting and penitence for many Christian churches. People generally make enjoyable projects to celebrate Easter, such as coloring an Easter ornament. You can create coloring pages with a religious theme. These are some Christian coloring page ideas for you to choose from.
Coloring a cross Easter template could be a good option. Put the variety by adding an Easter egg as a background. You can also add another Easter symbol to the coloring pages. Coloring a rabbit wearing a cross necklace pendant, a chick gathering on a giant Christian cross, and a cross with lilies pattern are all options. These designs are appropriate for both children and adults. For kids, you only need to make the basic pattern, however, adults can make more complex patterns.
You can also provide a number code for the color to assist the children in coloring. As a result, kids will match the number on the picture with the color code.
You can also build the coloring page by starting to connect the dots, which will be additional learning. While your children are coloring, you can explain what the Easter symbols represent. It will acknowledge them in religious matters.
There are numerous ways to color the object. One of them is using paint to draw and color objects. People used to spend their Easter time painting the egg shell. As the template for your egg painting, you can use an Easter symbol. These are the Easter symbols that you might use as one of your template options.
Dogwood trees, whose wood was used to build the Jesus cross, palm branches that symbolize peace and victory, the cross as the most powerful Christian symbol, the chick and rabbit as fertility symbols, the butterfly as Jesus' resurrection symbol, palm branches, the empty tomb, and the lamb that symbolize Jesus in Christian faith.
To make the Easter egg paintings, you'll need egg shells, acrylic paint in a variety of colors, a religious template, and glitter. Following that, you can begin painting the egg shell. If you find it difficult to paint straight in the shell, you can create the outline first with a pencil. If you use a pencil, you may still erase any mistakes in your drawings.
Glitter is used to adding sparkle to your painting. You can use the glitter to make stars or shimmering light. Use gloss finishing spray in your painting if you want a glossy finish.
During Easter, you can choose from a variety of students' worksheets in addition to coloring pages. Religious Easter activity pages are an awesome suggestion. Here are some activities to include on your Easter activity pages. Easter word search pages are something to think about. In this sheet, your pupils must find an Easter-related term from a list of words.
When students find it, they must color the word with a colored marker. Kids are solving the problem while looking at the words. The more they practice, the more strategic and quick they become in identifying the word, and so their problem-solving ability develops.
The following activity is Easter maze guidance. Maze leading is the process of determining the best path to the destination. In this game, students must find the correct route goals. Because this is a religious Easter activity page, you can set the goal to the empty tomb. As a result, the students must figure out how to get to the empty tomb the right way. This game is another problem-solving game that you might include in your activity pages.
The third Easter activity is an Easter coloring game. There will be a coloring template with the additions and subtractions work that the kids must do in order to discover the correct color to color the pages in this exercise. You can use the cross with the Easter design as the drawings for them to color. The fourth activity is to compare the drawings. There will be two drawings with hidden differences in this game. To complete the task, students must determine the difference between the two illustrations.
The religious theme drawing may be an Easter bunny cheering while looking at the cross. In this game, students will continue the “Happy Easter” word into ten different phrases. The sixth game will be found in the message in Bible. There will be several pictures of Easter symbols on the pages, and the students have to find the words that are related to the pictures on the Bible. Fill in the blank will be the last activity. The students will have a paragraph with the black sentence and they have to find the right words to fill the blank. The written paragraph can be the stories of Jesus's risen.
These are the Easter activities that are related to the religious subject. You can also give an explanation about the story on each task while they should finish such as the empty tomb.