My Easter Notebook

Would you like an Easter activity that will point your kids back to the true meaning of Easter? How about a fun Easter notebook activity for your Sunday School class? Do you need an activity to keep kids quietly occupied while your church enjoys an Easter breakfast?

If you answered “Yes!” to any of these, you will want to download the My Easter Notebook printables.

Filled with Bible verse activities, the My Easter Notebook is a great way to discuss the true meaning of Easter with your elementary-aged kids.

Filled with Bible verse activities, including a maze, crossword puzzle, word search, and a secret number code, the My Easter Notebook is a great way to discuss the true meaning of Easter with your elementary-aged kids. This notebook is perfect for home, school, or church use. Here’s a peak into the notebook:





Print off the pages.

Cut out the pages along the outer edge.

Fold the front cover on the light gray lines, so that the images are on the outside of the flip book. Stack the pages, then staple them in the upper rectangle to the back of the flip book.

After the book is made, kids can color and complete the activities. The verses that are in included in the book are from the ESV Bible version.

Print the [My Easter Notebook Printable Pages]


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18 thoughts on “My Easter Notebook

  1. Thanks so much for the work you have put into these printable sheets.I was looking for something meaningful to teach to my mixed age class this easter. Not something we have done for the passed years but something fresh but still putting forth the TRUTH. This is it. Thank you, Bev

  2. Really enjoyed your printables. I’m a children’s ministry director – always looking for new things for my teachers to use. Thanks for the effort, creativity, and commitment to Truth that you have put into each activity you developed. Deeply appreciated!

  3. I just wanted to say thank you for the time and thought that has gone into these various activities. And for making them available. I can’t wait to use them with my kids

  4. I just LOVE everything! These are so great for Easter and a nice little change from the sermon notes which our kids love also! I was wondering if you happen to have anything for early readers? This is a little advanced for my Kindergartners and 1st graders and would love to have something similar.

    • Liz, my sister teaches the 4’s and 5’s at her church and was asking the same thing this morning! I will definitely be thinking about this age group. May God bless you.

  5. Oh thank you sooo much, this is going to be a huge help! I struggle with the how-to celebrate easter too. My son is going to love these and can’t wait to do them with him! Thank you again.

  6. Thank you for this excellent resource! I look forward to using it for our church’s monthly International Dinner as an activity that we give to the older children, to explain Easter and to help them improve their English skills.