Happy Easter He is Risen Free Printable Scripture Cards

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Celebrate the Easter holiday while teaching your children about the true meaning behind it. You can use the He Is Risen Happy Easter scripture cards to create a beautiful banner that you can hang up around the home.

Do you look forward to celebrating the Easter holiday with your children? While children often think of bunnies and other cute characters during this special occasion, there is a lot more to Easter than just that. You may want to teach your children about the scripture in a fun and positive way. One way to do that is with the Easter scripture cards. These cards go over the death of Jesus and cover the things that happened, leading up to the celebration of His resurrection. You can use the He is Risen Easter cards to go over this important information with your children while turning the cards into a decorative banner to display in your home.

Printable PDF Easter He is Risen Scripture Countdown Scripture Cards Become a Banner

What You Will Need to Make the He is Risen Happy Easter Banner 

You do not need much to make the banner for easter. You will need the following things to put the banner together:

  • He Is Risen Scripture Cards (Printable)
  • He Is Not Here Scripture Cards (Printable)
  • Printer. Having a printer is a must to get these cards.
  • Card Stock Paper. The card stock paper is best to use when printing out these cards.
  • Ribbon. You can use ribbon or twine to hang the cards up when using them as a banner.
  • Hole Punch. Use a single handheld hole punch for your cards to make space for your ribbon to get through the card.

With the printable and a few other supplies, you can put together the perfect Easter banner with your children.

He is Risen Printable Happy Easter Banner
He is Risen Printable Happy Easter Banner
Easter Scripture Countdown Printable PDF

How to Create the Banner Using the Scripture Cards

You can print the scripture cards out on card stock paper from your printer. It is better to use card stock paper because it is thicker and more durable. If you use traditional printer paper, it can break easily, and you might not be able to keep the banner to use next Easter.

After you print the scripture cards out, you can show them to your children and go over the different cards with them. They may want to ask questions about the context of the content featured on each card. You can provide details in a kid-friendly way that helps them better understand what happened to Jesus and why we celebrate Easter in the first place.

Once you have gone over the scripture with your children, you can punch a small hole in the center of each card. Place the cards in the right order based on the images and letters displayed on the back. Place a colorful ribbon through each hole to connect the cards. Make sure they are not overlapping. You want to put the cards directly next to one another in the proper order.

 The decorative banner should say, “He Lives!” If you want to avoid dealing with ribbon, you can hang the scripture cards on the wall using double-sided tape on the back of them.

He is Risen Printable PDF

You can Download and Print the He is Risen Cards Here

Celebrate Easter with "He Is Risen" Scripture Cards

Materials

  • He Is Risen Scripture Cards (Printable)
  • He Is Not Here Scripture Cards (Printable)
  • Printer. Having a printer is a must to get these cards.
  • Card Stock Paper. The card stock paper is best to use when printing out these cards.
  • Ribbon. You can use ribbon or twine to hang the cards up when using them as a banner.
  • Hole Punch. Use a single handheld hole punch for your cards to make space for your ribbon to get through the card.

Instructions

    1. You can print the scripture cards out on card stock paper from your printer. It is better to use card stock paper because it is thicker and more durable. If you use traditional printer paper, it can break easily, and you might not be able to keep the banner to use next Easter.
    2. After you print the scripture cards out, you can show them to your children and go over the different cards with them.
    3. They may want to ask questions about the context of the content featured on each card.
    4. You can provide details in a kid-friendly way that helps them better understand what happened to Jesus and why we celebrate Easter in the first place.
    5. Once you have gone over the scripture with your children, you can punch a small hole in the center of each card.
    6. Place the cards in the right order based on the images and letters displayed on the back. Place a colorful ribbon through each hole to connect the cards. Make sure they are not overlapping.
    7. You want to put the cards directly next to one another in the proper order.
    8. The decorative banner should say, “He Lives!” If you want to avoid dealing with ribbon, you can hang the scripture cards on the wall using double-sided tape on the back of them.