I hope you enjoy this FREE homeschool unit study based on the popular “Resurrection Eggs” set. We love this set at our house, and so I found a bunch of printables, activities, crafts, recipes and resources for your family to share.

Easter is a fun-filled holiday for kids. With all the excitement of egg decorating, Easter Baskets brought by a giant rabbit, and Easter egg hunts at the local park, it’s easy for kids to forget the real reason for the season. This Unit Study is designed to help them remember that the real reason behind all the frivolity and fun is the miracle of Jesus’ resurrection, and the promise this means for us all!


Free Resurrection Eggs Unit Study

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I based this unit study on these wonderful Resurrection Eggs – 12-Piece Easter Egg Set with Booklet and Religious Figures Inside-Tells the Full Story of Easter


Where Is Jesus? Magic Watercolor Art (Free Printables) – I Can Teach My Child

Easter Printables Pack – Gift of Curiosity

Easter Matching Game Free Printable – Made To Be a Momma

Printable Easter Egg Hunt Checklist – A Mom’s Take

Crafts and Activities

Cross Fingerprint Craft – Meaningful Mama

Egg Shell Easter Cross Mosaic Craft – Kids Activities Blog

Marbleized Easter Egg Craft – Gift of Curiosity

Countdown to Easter: Helping Kids Understand the Easter Story – Just a Girl and Her Blog

Enjoy a Faith-Based Resurrection Scavenger Hunt (Free Printable) – Fancy Shanty

Try a Cool Science Experiment with Easter Peeps – Gift of Curiosity

Religious Easter Craft For Kids – Craftaholics Anonymous

Delicious and Fun Easter Recipes

Resurrection Rolls – Meaningful Mama

Resurrection Cookies – I Can Teach My Child

Easter Egg Coconut Cupcakes – Made to Be a Momma

Easter Morning Sticky Buns (Resurrection Buns – Positively Splendid

Layered Peeps Crispy Rice Cereal Treats – Yellow Bliss Road


Jell-o Easter Eggs – Spend With Pennies


Do you have resurrection eggs for Easter? How do you use them to tell the Easter story? Do you know of any other free activities or crafts that can be done to add to this unit study? Please share!