If your windows are looking bare, have the kids make some crayon resist Easter eggs to hang up! If I had it my way, I would hang 20 all over them(perfect for a classroom). They are too pretty when the sun is shining in and it’s a fun craft for the kids to do.
- White paper
- Pink ribbon
- White crayon
Start by having the kids draw the outline of an egg with the white crayon (or have an adult) then they can make squiggles and zig-zags inside it.
Grab some watercolors and paint rainbow stripes over the egg. Let dry.
Once the eggs are dry, cut them out and tape a bow at the top! Cute and so pretty hanging in the window!
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