This printable word tiles activity, based on Mark 16:6, is a good way to underscore the reality that Jesus has risen and lives today. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.
Jesus' Resurrection Activities
When Jesus died, His followers were devastated. They didn't expect Him to rise from the dead. So when Mary went to Jesus' tomb, found it empty, and then a bit later saw Jesus Himself standing before her, she was overwhelmed with joy. The activities below highlight the moment Mary saw the resurrected Christ and the significance of the resurrection.
This scripture poster from Mark 16:6 will remind children that Jesus has indeed risen and is alive today.
As they spot the differences between two pictures of the risen Christ appearing to Mary, children will learn about the joy Jesus’ resurrection brings.
As children find words in this word search activity, they learn some of the key themes of the Easter story.
This jigsaw puzzle is a fun activity for children to do as they learn that Jesus rose from the dead and appeared to Mary.
As children find hidden images in this picture of Jesus as He appeared to Mary on the first Easter, they have fun and see what it means for Jesus to be alive.
Mary found her way to Jesus’ tomb on the first Easter morning. Children are reminded of this truth as they work this maze.