Easter is always an important season in children’s ministry, especially as we help families connect with each other and with Jesus. Browse all of our Easter resources here, but check out our top 5 Family Easter resources below to help families engage and interact with the Easter story in a variety of ways!

The Eggs of Easter Family Devotion – This 12-Day Family Devotion Kit leads families toward the true meaning of Easter through a Resurrection Egg kit. Learn more and download here.

Preparing for Easter Family Devotion – In this family devotion, you will find ten unique hands-on experiences that walk your kids and families through the Easter story, starting with Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem and ending with the resurrection. Learn more and download here.

Easter Story Shapes Kits – Create your own hands-on activity kits to help kids depict the story of Jesus’ last week on earth, death, and resurrection, using simple supplies! Kids use the supplies to create different shapes from the Easter story and read an accompanying Bible passage. Learn more here.

Sunday to Sunday Family Devotion – Each day, families will 1) ponder the events of the specific day, 2) pray about them, and then 3) play a simple activity to interact with the Biblical account in a hands-on way. These devotions are simple enough for busy families to complete but deep enough to help families connect with our Savior in a meaningful way. Learn more here.

Holy Week Family Flipbook – Use this flipbook as a tool to walk your families through Jesus’ final days before His death and resurrection. Each day, your families will read the Bible and discuss the provided questions before completing a special Easter activity. The activities are designed to include friends who don’t yet know Jesus! Learn more here.


OK, OK, I know I said this post only had 5 family Easter resources, but the one listed below is an Easter version of one of the most popular types of resources so far in 2024 from our Scripture Scratch-Off series!

Easter Scripture Scratch-Off – Throughout the week, beginning with Palm Sunday, kids will scratch off the circles on the path, one each day, leading to the empty tomb on Easter morning/Resurrection Sunday. Each circle has a Bible story to read and a prayer prompt. It’s simple and easy to prep too! Learn more here.

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