5 Inclusive Easter Crafts for Kids with Disabilities
Easter is a wonderful time of the year when families come together to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is also a time when kids get excited about Easter egg hunts, decorating Easter baskets, and creating Easter crafts. However, for kids with disabilities, it can be challenging to participate in these activities.
As a parent or caregiver of a child with disabilities, you may wonder how to make Easter crafts accessible for your child. The good news is that there are many Easter craft ideas that are inclusive and can be modified to meet your child’s unique needs.
You can also check out our blog post, How To Make Your Easter Egg Hunt Inclusive.
Here are some inclusive Easter craft ideas that you can do with your child with disabilities:
Sensory Easter Eggs
Sensory Easter Eggs are a fun and interactive way for kids with disabilities to participate in an Easter egg hunt. To create sensory Easter eggs, you can use plastic Easter eggs and fill them with different textures such as rice, beans, pom-poms, or feathers. You can also add different scents such as lavender or vanilla to make the experience more sensory.
Egg Carton Chicks
Egg Carton Chicks are a cute and easy Easter craft that can be modified to meet your child’s needs. To make Egg Carton Chicks, you will need an egg carton, yellow paint, googly eyes, orange paper, and glue. You can modify this craft by using larger egg cartons or painting the egg cartons a different color to make it easier for your child to see and handle.
Paper Plate Easter Baskets
Paper Plate Easter Baskets are a fun and easy craft that kids with disabilities can make. To create a Paper Plate Easter Basket, you will need a paper plate, scissors, colored paper, glue, and ribbon. You can modify this craft by using larger or smaller paper plates, using thicker paper for the handle, or decorating the basket with stickers or markers.
Easter Bunny Ears
Easter Bunny Ears are a classic Easter craft that kids with disabilities can enjoy. To make Easter Bunny Ears, you will need construction paper, scissors, glue, and a headband. You can modify this craft by using larger or smaller ears, using softer materials such as felt or cotton balls, or decorating the ears with glitter or stickers.
Painted Easter Rocks
Painted Easter Rocks are a creative and fun Easter craft that kids with disabilities can enjoy. To make Painted Easter Rocks, you will need rocks, paint, and brushes. You can modify this craft by using larger rocks, using stencils or stamps to create patterns, or using brighter colors to make the rocks more visible.
In conclusion, Easter is a time for everyone to come together and celebrate. By using these inclusive Easter craft ideas, you can make sure that your child with disabilities can participate in the fun and create memories that will last a lifetime.
Don't miss out on our next event
- Understanding Congenital Heart Defects: Awareness, Care, and Resources February 13, 2024
- 10 Families Gifted in 2023 January 19, 2024
- Specially Gifted Foundation Q4 2023 Recap January 19, 2024
- Second Annual Specially Gifted Golf Tournament January 19, 2024
- Specially Gifted Gala 2023 Leaves a Lasting Impact December 11, 2023