Easter Baskets make you melt inside.
It's not just the chocolate eggs; the crunchy fake grass and neon tissue flowers play a big role, too.
Oh, yeah! The big-eyed chick in a shell will melt you all by himself.
I love it when kids learn a new skill, so I encourage them to color their Easter Baskets using a color pattern. It's a bit of a challenge, but I have a photo tutorial to help them.
The advanced kids can make a more advanced pattern, with 3 or more colors. They can also add letters or numbers before they color: ABAB..., 123123..., or even a sentence like "I love bunnies!" with one letter per box.
A fun challenge melts my heart!
If you'd like this easy Easter Basket template it's here.
If you'd like the chick in a shell, I'll tell you how I made it.
If you noticed that my bunny looks a little like Judy Hopps, the heroine of Zootopia, kudos! You know that's gonna melt every kids' heart.