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Things to hide in Easter Eggs: pinning because I like the idea of puzzle pieces in the eggs. Maybe a homemade puzzle with a special msg on it? Or a "treasure map?"

10 Fun Easter Egg Filler & Stuffer Ideas |Today's Creative Blog | spoonful.com

Looking for Easter basket ideas for girls? Choose from 99 ideas, divided by age groups...

EASTER FUN EDIBLE TREATS | easter ideas roundup} - Simply Kierste

22 Do It Yourself Easter Craft Ideas | Architecture, Art, Desings - Daily source for inspiration and fresh ideas on Architecture, Art and Design

FREE "Hoppy Easter" labels - adorable!

Preschool Easter Craft for E and S

OMG this is too cute!! Easter bunny - cottonballs, footprints and a photo. Too cute! Not linked to a website, but worth saving.

Teaching Integrity: Easter Jelly Bean Poem

THIS IS SO BRILLIANT! An Easter Hunt You'll Love to Pieces: "Every Easter, my mom hosts an egg hunt at her house for my two daughters, ages 9 and 5. She puts puzzle pieces in plastic eggs, and the girls, after collecting them, try putting the puzzle together to see if they have found them all. If a piece is missing, they know an egg is still out there and they need to keep hunting!" --Donita Calef Chester Springs, PA Originally published in the March 2013 issue of FamilyFun

Easter Activities from Confessions of a Homeschooler-- and the Jesus bracelet story is here

First Grade Blue Skies: Simple Bunny bulletin board!

Easter - Jesus takes on sin of others. The white flower (represents that Jesus was sinless) turns Red when it "drinks" up the red water (represents how Jesus took our sins).

Footprint Carrot Craft - Easter, Spring, or even a Vegetable Unit for preschoolers!

EASTER BASKETS - use beach towels! So cute & more useful than a collection of baskets every year!

Toilet paper Roll Bunnies~ Make these with scrapbook/art paper, googly eyes, fabric button nose and felt.

There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Chick. Free Printable Activities to Go Along WIth the Book. From www.teachingheart...