Looking for a super easy Sunday School Easter craft? This sunset scene with the 3 crosses on Mount Calvary is a perfect way for your kids to work on their scissor skills while creating a fun religious Easter craft for kids.
Sunday School Easter Craft
We love simple crafts that can apply to different age groups, from preschoolers to elementary-age children. This easy Sunday school Easter craft is one of those activities.
There is a lot of cutting and tracing involved which makes this craft perfect for kids who need to work on their fine motor skills.
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Supplies for a Religious Easter Craft for Kids
- Construction Paper (Black and Sunset Colors)
- White Scrapbook Paper (Scrap)
- Stick Glue
How to make this easy Easter craft
Start by outlining a cross shape onto a white paper scrap. Cut it out and put it aside for later.
Stack papers in sunset colors and cut out paper strips freehand (yellow, red, orange, pink).
Repeat the same with blue hue papers and cut out several paper strips of each color.
Place black construction paper on the table and start gluing paper strips to create a sunset background.
Use the cross template you created earlier to outline and cut out crosses from black construction paper. We need 3 crosses. You can make the cross in the middle a bit larger than the other two.
Cut out a piece of black paper to use as the mountain on the bottom of the sunset scene. Glue it and the 3 crosses on top of the mount.
Your Sunday school Easter craft is finished! Super simple and easy to make, wouldn’t you agree?
If you loved this Easter craft for preschoolers, please pin it to your favorite Pinterest board.