The Best Easter Resources for Preschoolers

Easter is the time when we celebrate the pinnacle of our faith. Christ has conquered death. He has defeated the shame and guilt of sin. He has born the weight of our sorrows, drug them to the grave and resurrected, giving us the hope of new and eternal life! Kinda some big thoughts for a preschooler. So I have rounded up some of my favorite resources for little ones that contextualize in a way that they will understand, without losing the truth of the Gospel.

The Donkey that No One Could Ride

by Anthony DeStefano

Learn about the donkey that carried Jesus on Palm Sunday. He was weak, small, and almost forgotten. But Jesus saw him, loved him, and used him for his great purposes.

The Garden, the Curtain, and the Cross

by Carl Leferton

Spanish: El Jardin, la Cortina, y la Cruz

There is so much depth to the Easter story, and so much can be missed when taken out of context from the Old Testament. Help your child see the context with this book that leads us from the Garden of Eden to the temple, and finally to the cross.

Baby Believer Holy Week

by Danielle Hitchen

I cannot say enough good things about the Baby Believer series! This Holy Week Primer helps little ones identify the emotions around the death and resurrection of Christ. Featuring actual scripture, beautiful illustrations, and a message contextualized for the littlest disciples.

Easter is Coming

by Tama Fortner

This book has some of the most beautiful illustrations. Travel with a Mama and her babies through the Bible, as they discover the need for and joy of Resurrection Sunday.

This Is the Gospel

by Kids Read Truth

Brought it you by the ever popular She Reads Truth, This Is the Gospel introduces young children to what the Gospel of Christ is and why we need it in our lives.

Daniel and the Donkey Factor

By Kevin P. Horath

This story shares the symbolism of the Donkey in the life of Jesus. Follow the story of the donkey that Jesus rode through Jerusalem, and discover the Easter story a new.

The Quiet/Crazy Easter Day

By Jill Roman Lord

Captivate the senses of your little one, and let them experience all of the emotions of Resurrection Sunday in this fun book. You can read my full review here: Review of ‘The Quiet/Crazy Easter Day!

Let’s Celebrate Jesus on Easter

By Amy Beveridge

This is such a fun book that introduces little ones to where Jesus is in all of the celebrating. From colorful baskets to egg hunts let’s celebrate Jesus.

A Very Happy Easter

By Tim Thornborough

This is one of my favorite Easter books. This beautiful retelling of the Easter story brings little ones into the story to experience all of the emotions of that day.

Toys and Games

Resurrection Eggs

I love Resurrection Eggs! A simple sensory tool to help little ones grasp the Easter Story. Each egg is filled with a symbol to represent a piece of the story. By far, one of our favorite Easter traditions.

The Donut Gospel

The Donut Gospel is probably one of the most popular activities we’ve done, and with good reason. It puts the Gospel in a tangible way that little ones can understand…also, DONUTS! If Easter Brunch is a tradition in your home, consider adding some donuts to the mix and engaging your toddler with the Gospel.

Resurrection Rolls

This is a simple, fool-proof recipe every toddler LOVES! Illustrate the mystery of the resurrection with this snacktivity!

The Ultimate Easter Curriculum

This beautiful curriculum from The Christian Cottage is filled with learning activities and resources to share the Gospel with your little one.

Easter Sensory Kit

Little Seeds Co. has the best tools for teaching little ones the Bible. There kits are curated to making learning engaging and fun for the youngest family members.

Lead Me To Jesus: A 9-Day Easter Experience For Families

Count down to Easter with this hands-on Family Easter devotional. Experience the Easter story a new with activities and lessons for everyone in the family.

Videos

The Donut Man:Resurrection Celebration

If you have been following for a while, you know I love the Donut Man. He is the creator of the Donut Gospel and has a video all about the Easter message, perfect for little ones. It is full of singing, dancing, and truth.

Veggie Tales: An Easter Carol

Another favorite is Veggie Tale’s Easter Carol. This spin-off of the Christmas Carol shows little ones that Easter is more than just eggs and candy. It is the joy and hope we have in the new life Christ gives us.

Coloring Books

The Garden, the Curtain, and the Cross Coloring Book

This beautiful companion book to The Garden, the Curtain, and the Cross is perfect for family devotions. If you have a child that needs to be doing to be able to listen, I highly suggest getting your hands on this pair.

La Gran Biblia y Yo

This is a Bilingual Coloring and Activity book of the New Testament! This will probably be in our Easter Basket this year.

Silicone Coloring Mats

His Kid Company has the coolest coloring mats. Made of durable silicone, they never wrinkle and easily wash of for reusable coloring. Great for home and on-the-go!

Easter Coloring Count Down

This is such a fun resource from Raising Little Disciples! Perfect for little ones that love to color.

Music

Seeds Family Worship Easter CD

For those unfamiliar with Seeds Family worship, this amazing band puts music to scripture, helping little ones (and parents) organically commit scripture to memory. Listen to the Easter story, straight from scripture, using this beautifully-crafted album.

Yancy

Yancy is one of our favorite artist here. Her song Uno, Dos, Tres (English: One, Two, Three) tells the story of Easter. Little ones will learn the story as they sing along.

Pequeños Heroes

Another favorite kids band is Generacion 12 Kids. They’ve teamed up with Pequeños Heroes to make some wonderful shorts that teach little ones the Bibles. Their song Jesus, Mi Salvador introduces Jesus as our Savior.

What are your favorite Easter resources? What are your Easter traditions? Comment below.

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