Kids Books for Easter
Easter Sunday is on April 16th so you might want to treat your little ones to some kids books for Easter. There are numerous to choose from including Easter coloring books for kids, kids Easter religious books, story books and more!! These are a fabulous idea for babies, toddlers and older kids. I believe these help teach children the true meaning of Easter from a young age. They are a fabulous addition to gift baskets!
Easter Coloring Books for Kids
Coloring is a fabulous hobby for little ones and there are some excellent Easter coloring books for kids. Coloring in helps improve hand-eye coordination, therefore as well as being a hobby it is also educational. There are a range featured here some of which are for older kids and some for younger. These make fabulous kids books for Easter.
Christian Easter Coloring Books
Many of the Christian Easter coloring books also tell the Easter Story with Jesus dying on the cross and rising again on Easter Sunday. I think these are great for Sunday school or even home schooling and can be used in conjunction with other Easter books kids. The book below has other activities as well as coloring, including connect the dots, mazes and stickers!
Easter Sticker Books
Kids love stickers and that is why they will really enjoy some of the Easter sticker books! My 6 year old niece is fascinated with stickers and she is very good at using them on a blank page to tell a story. These kids books for Easter really help develop a child’s creativity and imagination. There are kids books for Easter featuring Thomas the Tank Engine, Disney Princess and Disney Cars to name a few!
Easter Books Kids
Easter books kids are a great idea for the occasion. I have found several highly recommended books which are bright and colorful with lots of great pictures. These can be read to kids over and over again. The kids books for Easter shown here are recommended for children aged 4 and upwards.
This is one of several kids books for Easter available in traditional paperback or Kindle if your child would prefer to read it there. Personally I prefer paperbacks for younger kids especially if you have several so that you can gather them round and read the book together. I think it is easier for little ones to see the pictures more clearly when looking at a paperback as opposed to a screen.
It as the title suggests is a story of bears at Easter time and how they want Easter candy and chocolate. The book goes onto tell the kids the real reason why we celebrate Easter, i.e. Jesus resurrection. This will definately capture your child’s attention and keep them interested right until the end. I love the fact that this is a light hearted story but still manages to deliver what Easter is all about!
Bonus is that there are stickers included!
Here are even more great kids books for Easter so that you have plenty of reading to keep your little ones going over the school holidays. There is something here for girls, boys and unisex Easter books kids! If you are buying for boys why not check out my top picks of Easter books for boys!
Easter Books for Toddlers
Easter books for toddlers and babies are a great way to introduce them to words and encourage their speech and language development. These books have less words, more pictures are simpler for little ones. It is good to get into a habit of reading to your baby and toddler as early in their life as possible. I love themed books because they are educational in nature too. I have a Christmas touch feel book for my six month old daughter and she was fascinated by the different textures. Now she shows an interest in all books, whether they are touch feel or not! The kids books for Easter shown here are for little ones under 3 years old.