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Funky Easter Egg Craft Template

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 5 pages | Grades: PK - 6

An Easter craft activity where students decorate an egg with faces and accessories.

This fun Easter craft activity uses an Easter egg template with funny eyes, noses, mouths, hats, and other accessories to create a funky Easter egg.

Print and photocopy the Funky Easter Egg Craft Template. You will need one egg page per student. The decoration pages could be shared between a few students to save paper and reduce waste.


  1. Decorate the egg using any materials or techniques that appeal to you, then cut it out.
  2. Select and decorate the facial features and the other elements that you wish to add to your egg, then cut them out.
  3. Paste the facial features and other elements onto the egg.
  4. Mount the finished Funky Egg artwork onto a colored piece of paper to display in the classroom.

Note: As a fun alternative, the gloves and shoes could be attached to arms and legs made from accordion-folded strips of paper. Funky Eggs made this way look great hanging in a line across the room!


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  • Brenda Denning

    Oh man! Did you only have this free at one point? I downloaded it free last school year and now I can't find it in my binder I was hoping to download it again. My students loved it! Thanks!

    • Jeanne Sager

      Hi Brenda, We're so glad to hear your students loved the funky Easter egg. We're afraid that freebie was a limited time offer, but you can access it now with a monthly or yearly subscription to Teach Starter. Not only will you get the egg craft, but we've added a number of new funky activities (and other teacher-created resources) so you'll never run out of fun and educational things to do with your class!

  • Brenda Denning

    Hello!! How come it won't let me download this project? Thanks!

    • Natalie

      Hi Brenda! The problem has been resolved, and you should now be able to download this resource.

    • Trish (Teach Starter)

      Whoops! Thanks for bringing this to our attention, Brenda. We'll get that fixed up ASAP.