|Empty tomb donut, via Catholic Icing.|
* Empty Tomb Donut. It doesn't get any easier than this! Just plop a donut onto a cracker and viola! An empty tomb craft/decoration/dessert! Here's a variation on this activity, which also uses a donut hole. Another variation uses half a bundt cake.
* Empty Tomb Pineapple. Ha! It's just like the donut project, but made with a slice of pineapple!
* Empty Tomb made with Cookies. Also super-easy. Use store bought or homemade cookies to make this Easter display.
* Empty Tomb Cookies. This is a fantastic way to really garner the interest of younger kids. You help them make cookies that turn into empty tombs overnight.
|Empty Tomb Garden, via Uncommon Designs.|
* Empty Tomb Garden Pot. If you have a green thumb, grab a pot, some small rocks, and some grass seed to create a lovely Easter display.
* Resurrection Buns. Similar to Empty Tomb Cookies, but much easier. This is a tradition in our house, and one that my children love.
* Play Dough or Salt Dough Tomb. A fun craft for grade schoolers.
* Moving Empty Tomb. A free printable for younger kids, which uses a comic strip that moves through the hole in the empty tomb to tell the story of Easter.
* Empty Tomb Made of Legos. Self explanatory...and you'll know if this is THE activity for your kid!
* Empty Tomb Play Box. This is perfect for very young children. The instructions aren't specific to Easter, but you can easily tie this into an Easter picture book, plus playtime.
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