What would the best Easter egg in the world look like? Give this doodle page to the kids and find out!
Easter Imagination Pages
Our Easter Imagination Pages are a mixture of drawing prompts and writing or drawing frames, designed to inspire the kids to be creative and have some fun. They are particularly good for children who aren't too confident with their drawing skills as they get them started, but that doesn't mean that all children won't enjoy them. And of course there are plenty of opportunities for colouring in, too.
What are you going to have for breakfast today? Get the kids to draw their ideal breakfast onto the table!
Print our Easter bunny doodle page which asks the kids to draw the Easter bunny and colour in the pretty Easter border.
This Easter doodle page encourages the children to draw a special Easter picture - and then perhaps colour in the pretty border design.
Get thekids to fill all the containers on this Easter table full of fun things to eat! Cakes and pastries, Easter eggs and boiled eggs and more...
Draw a picture to illustrate what you are giving up for Lent - or perhaps use this doodle page as a writing frame instead.
This little girl is eating a lollipop! Get the kids to draw it in and colour the picture. Maybe it is a chocolate bunny or egg lollipop for Easter?
Here's a fun way to capture some memories of the Easter holidays from a child's perspective! How about drawing each member of the family in an Easter bonnet?
What is in the nest? Draw a picture to show what you see ... perhaps some chicks for spring, eggs for Easter - or maybe even a baby dragon!
Design a stained glass window, using the frame we provide. Children could come up with an abstract, modern design, or perhaps illustrate a bible story. Crosses would be particularly appropriate for an Easter-themed stained glass window.
Use this lovely stained glass window as a writing frame, colouring page or design page. We've included it in our Easter section but it would make a lovely Sunday school activity at any time.