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Need a quick Easter activity idea? You’ll love these free printable Easter egg coloring pages in many different patterns. They are lots of fun to decorate with your kids for easy Easter crafts and activities.
My kids love making Easter crafts so when they asked for some new Easter coloring pages the other day I was excited to get busy and create some.
You can use these in so many ways from coloring pages, templates, making mini books, banners, and more.
If you enjoy making easy crafts and coloring activities with your kids during the holidays you’ll love having these no prep printables on hand.
Printable Easter Coloring Pages For Kids
This printable pack has 8 different Easter egg coloring pages. Each is a large size designed to be printed on 8.5″x11″ printer paper or card stock.
The large size makes them perfect activity pages for preschoolers and younger children who love to decorate with glitter or stickers but of course can also be used as coloring pages.
- Easter coloring PDF (download at the end)
- Paper or cardstock
- Coloring supplies (crayons, colored pencils, markers, etc.)
Ideas For Using The Easter Egg Coloring Pages
There are so many ways you can use these printable coloring pages as part of your Easter celebration.
Kids can color the pages using crayons, markers, or water paints.
Another fun idea is to use glitter glue to paint and decorate sparkly eggs.
Cut out the egg shapes and use them as templates. Trace the shape onto blank or lined paper. Then cut them out and staple the shapes together to make a quick booklet with a pretty cover for Easter.
Let them write or draw about Easter inside their egg shape book.
A similar idea would be to trace the egg shape and glue or staple 2 pages together. Then kids can make a quick Easter card.
Make Glitter Eggs
Kids just love decorating with glitter. Another fun way to use these pages is to set out different colors of glitter and bottles of white glue.
Have your kids squeeze out the glue to form lines, tracing around the eggs and shapes. This is a fun way to practice fine motor skills too.
Then before the glue dries they can sprinkle it with their favorite colors of glitter. Make sure to let the pages sit until the glue has fully dried, then you can shake off any excess glitter onto another sheet of paper. This really helps control some of the glitter mess.
Make A Banner
Print out the coloring pages onto cardstock and color them as desired. Then cut out the eggs and hole punch the top of the egg shape.
Next, weave ribbon or string through the holes and tie up your banner. Now you have a quick and easy Easter banner for your Easter decorations.