Use the Easter story cards to walk through the Easter story with your kids. Make sure to grab the free printable!
Easter story cards are a fun way to share Easter in a visual way. There are many ways that you can use these cards as you teach your kids about Easter.
I have used them around the dinner table. When we homeschooled, I used them with Expectant Easter. However, they are also great for family devotions! Keep reading for five simple ways to use these with your family!
Ways to Use Easter Story Cards
Make sure to download and print the cards! For added protection, consider laminating them before using them.
Get the printable Easter story cards here!
Use them for a countdown.
You could print these and then put each in a separate envelope. Each day you would open the envelope and reveal the story clue for what you are talking about that day.
Use them during your school day.
If you have been using the Expectant Easter curriculum, these can work perfectly with it! You can use them to review the events or have one out each day as you read a new portion of Scripture.
Hide them each morning.
In the days leading up to Easter, hide one card each morning. Your kids will have to find the card and then share what they think it means.
Have your kids use them to sequence the story.
In the Bible app, we use for our kids, there are some sequencing games after hearing the Bible story. You could use these cards for your child to sequence out the story of Easter.
Print off two copies of the cards on cardstock. Then use the cards to play memory! When the game is finished have your kids share what their cards mean.
No matter how you use the Easter story cards, the point is that you are making time to point your kids to truth. It is in these small and intentional moments that you are making a lasting impact! Make sure to download the cards so you can start using them today!