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Celebrate the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem before his resurrection with this easy Palm Sunday Donkey Craft! Great for Easter lessons at home or Sunday School.
This Palm Sunday Donkey Craft is a simple and fun activity to do at home to celebrate the upcoming Easter holiday or in a Sunday School setting. With minimal supplies and a few steps it’s the perfect craft to work on while sharing an Easter story. This donkey craft also pairs perfectly with our Watercolor Resurrection Craft.
What is Palm Sunday?
Palm Sunday is celebrated the Sunday before Easter Sunday and it’s the day we celebrate Jesus’ entrance into Jerusalem one week before his resurrection. As he entered into Jerusalem a large crowd gathered and they laid down their coats and cut down palm leaves and laid them down while he road a donkey in the streets. They shouted “Hosanna!…” as they followed him. (Matthew 21:9) Palm Sunday marks the beginning of Holy Week and the remembrance of Jesus’ last days before his death and resurrection.
How to Video:
- Paper Plate, we used dessert size
- Free Donkey Template
- Paint, grey
- Card stock, grey (light and dark), black and green
- Googly Eyes
How to Make Palm Sunday Donkey Craft:
- Paint paper plate grey and Let dry.
- Cut out FREE Donkey template pieces and assemble donkey.
- Add googly eyes and face elements.
- Cut two leaves from your green paper. Make slit cuts all the way around. Bend and fold leaves in half and open up again to add dimension to the leaves.
- Add Hosanna!
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