Whether you’re in charge of the classroom Easter treat or contributing to the neighborhood Easter egg hunt, you’ll love this cute treat and free printable. It’s super easy.
I recruited my cute helper to assemble all of the bags for my six-year-old’s class. There were 24 total and it didn’t take too long.
If I were to do it again, I would probably buy the snack-size Ziploc baggies. That way I wouldn’t have to put as many treats in each one and it would still look full. But the sandwich bags were all that I had, so they worked in a pinch. You could also use Easter cellophane bags for an added touch.
I you’re reading an Easter story to go along with your treat, there are so many to choose from. These are some of my favorite Easter books:
- Happy Easter Little Critter
- The Berenstain Bears and the Real Easter Egg
- Hug Me Little Bunny: Finger Puppet Book
- Happy Easter Mouse!
- Peppa’s Easter Egg Hunt
What other fun ideas do you have to celebrate Easter? Leave your comments below.
Related link: Hop! Print your free Easter activity page