Find free Easter Sunday School Lessons to help you tell the Easter Story! Make an Empty Tomb craft and an Easter Card when you use these free Sunday School Easter lessons for children! Happy Easter!
In one of our fun Easter Sunday School lessons, "Friday was Sad, but Sunday was Glad!", the children will make an Easter Card craft featuring the Cross and the Empty Tomb! Jesus is Risen! Hallelujah!!
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Use these free Easter Sunday School lessons to focus on the love of God poured out to us through the life, death, and resurrection of His Son. Teach the children about the hope we have through our Lord, Jesus Christ.
Try these After-Easter lessons:
For 2015 consider using these lessons for Easter:
A teacher of 4 and 5 year olds says:
“This literature was heaven sent. :) Funny how He helps us out in those ways! We started the Easter series last week and the kids had a blast; I was not exhausted at the end of the night, nor did I have tons of clean-up! Thank you!”
- Rosa W. (Arkansas)
The children will re-enact portions of The Last Supper. And they will do some Bible discovery work as they fill-in-the-blanks on their activity sheet based on the scriptures found in 1 Corinthians 11:23-26.
For Youth Easter Lessons see our Youth Bible Lessons page. In Part B of our "What I Need: What God Has for Me" lessons you will find lessons to use with teens at Easter. Specifically check out these three lessons:
NOTE: If you like using these at Easter with your Youth Group, you might consider using the series during the year. There are 36 lessons in all: Twelve each on God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.
For YOUTH EASTER SKITS to do in class see our Easter Skits page!
Consider watching the Jews for Jesus presentation of "Christ in the Passover" with your Youth Group. This will help them learn about the connection between the celebration of the Passover Feast and the Lord's Supper. (Find more information in the next few paragraphs...)
Easter is a perfect time to learn more about The Last Supper. Jesus and His Disciples shared their Last Supper together while observing the ancient celebration of Passover. It was on that night that Jesus established The Lord's Supper, which Christians worldwide continue to observe.
Learning about the deep spiritual significance of the various portions of the Passover celebration, often leads to a better understanding of the atoning work that Jesus Christ (the Messiah) did for us on the cross.
Read the classic book "Christ in the Passover" by Ceil and Moishe Rosen. You may purchase this very well written book online at the Jews for Jesus website.
In addition, you can watch a presentation of Christ in the Passover by David Brickner from Jews for Jesus. This will help you see the connection between the celebration of the Passover Feast and the Lord's Supper.
I highly recommend these to you as helpful resources.
In 2015, Easter will be on Sunday, April 5th.
Easter falls on the first Sunday, after the first full moon, after the Vernal Equinox.
Because of this, Easter is on a different date each year! (Anywhere from March 22 to April 25th!)
This often leads people to say that Easter seems to be "early" or "late" on any particular year.
In 2015, Easter will probably seem just about right to most of us, since it will fall about in the middle of the time span during which Easter can occur!
I hope you will have a blessed and Happy Easter!
I hope that you will enjoy using these Easter Sunday School lessons and that they will be a blessing to you and your class!
Easter is such a wonderful time of year. It reminds us of Jesus' sacrifice on the cross for us, and encourages us with the truth that Jesus rose from the dead and is ALIVE FOREVER!
Jesus told His disciples in John 14:19 "Before long, the world will not see me anymore, but you will see me. Because I live, you also will live."
As His followers, we are promised LIFE!
LIVE! And teach others about the life-giving love of God through the Death and Resurrection of His Son, Jesus Christ!
God bless you this Easter and always!
With love in Christ,