Easter Unit Study: FREE Resources, Planner, and Notebooking Pages

I’m very ready for spring!  The weather here is tricking us- hot days and then cold days again. But you can definitely feel spring in the air.

That means that Easter is just around the corner. As we head toward the holiday, I’m sharing some resources here to help you get an Easter Unit study together for your family. Don’t forget to pick up my free unit study planning book to get you started. It’s got a step-by-step guide and planning sheets to help you put together your own unit study. And you can also pick up free Easter notebooking pages at the bottom of the post.

Easter unit study resources

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Complete, Ready-to-Use Unit Studies and Lapbooks

Homeschool Share has a free lapbook/unit study to go along with the book The Legend of the Easter Egg. There are lapbook components and activities that cover a variety of subjects- social studies, Bible, language arts, etc.

UnitStudy .com has an Easter Unit Study as well as an Easter unit study bundle that includes Easter Promise, Expedition Israel, and Bountiful Bread.

Confessions of a Homeschooler has free Easter lapbooking printables here.

Printable Easter Unit Study Resources

Notebooking Pages.com offers printable Easter notebooking pages for free in their free samples section.

There are some very cute Easter bingo cards at this site (perfect for math bingo or letter bingo).

You can find a really great Easter activity pack for toddlers and preschoolers here.

Totschooling has a free Easter printables pack for the preschool crowd.

You can find a great set of free Easter printables and an Easter lapbook here at God’s Most Precious.

Easter-Themed Books

God Gave Us Easter  (ages 3-7)

The Berenstain Bears and the Easter Story  (ages 4-7)

Click, Clack, Peep! (ages 4-8)

Happy Easter, Curious George (ages 4-8)

Easter Eggs for Anya: A Ukrainian Celebration of New Life in Christ (Traditions of Faith from Around the World) (ages 4-7)

An Easter Celebration: Traditions and Customs from Around the World (upper elementary)

The Crippled Lamb (Fixed Format) (upper elementary)

Easter-Themed Learning Activities

Teach Beside Me has some cute and simple Easter Egg Math Puzzles.

This Button Art Easter Egg card from The Boy and Me would make a really cute Easter craft.

Stir the Wonder has a fun, Easter-themed STEM activity idea that will help to build fine motor skills as well.

This beautiful tissue paper cross from Mama Teaches would make a great Easter craft.

Our Journey Westward has a great free Easter-themed nature study printable.

Make a beautiful cross craft with oil pastels with the instructions from Housing a Forest.

Create an Easter egg hunt that will teach kids the real meaning of Easter- and avoid too much candy- with the free printable Easter story pieces and symbols at iMom. Cut apart and hide the pieces. After kids find them all, you can read the Easter story.

Explore Easter-themed science with this peeps activity from Teach Beside Me.

Create your own Resurrection Eggs to review the Easter story. You can also purchase a set of Resurrection Eggs if you don’t want to have to find all of the supplies.

Easter Unit Study Resources

You can pick up some free notebooking pages to use with your Easter unit study here. You’ll find thirteen pages that you can print as needed. The kids can use these to record information, to write narrations of books or chapters that you read, or to make up their own creative writing stories about Easter.

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