You will need paper plates (or stiff paper), cotton balls, some dark paint or crayons, glue, one long strip of paper or string or ribbon.
Remember those Thanksgiving turkeys you made with a traced handprint? Same idea. Have the kiddoes trace their hands and carefully cut them out. Turn upside down, and voila! a sheep template. Color the four fingers dark (for the legs). The thumb is the lamb's face. Help them glue cotton balls to the sheep's body and now you have fluffy lambs. Glue to the string in a row and you have an adorable Easter garland.
2)Peep Wreath (elementary age - especially if you use a glue gun)You will need- wreath form (twig, styrofoam, even one cut out of cardboard would work), ribbon (in a pretty color.) Several boxes of peeps, glue dots or glue gun.
Make (obtain) a wreath form. Basically any circle will do, make one out of twigs, buy one at a dollar store, cut one out of cardboard. Wrap the wreath in a pretty colored ribbon and glue the ends down. Then simple glue the Peeps to one side of the wreath (think like paper dolls standing hand to hand.) Cute and those suckers last forever.
3)Giant Peep (older kids only with this one)You will need big piece of styrofoam or florist foam, ribbon, spray paint (or craft paint), Sharpie marker.
Get a big piece of styrofoam or florist foam. Draw a large Peep rabbit shape. Carve out with a bread knife (I did say older kids) Spray (or paint) in a bright Easter color. Draw on two black dots for the eyes and give it a smile (with the sharpie). Tie the ribbon around its neck. This is a great one for right inside the entryway.:)