Easter Planner Printable
Download your free Easter Planner and print it out at home.
Reduce the stress and overwhelm of having family over for Easter dinner by setting up a menu, shopping list, and to-do list. Take a few minutes to plan out your Easter Sunday plans now and save yourself confusion and frustration the days before Easter.
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Easter has always been one of my favorite holidays.
The holiday offers a great time to get together with family and friends. There are new recipes to try, traditions to honor, eggs to color and hide. And of course, time to recognize the reason for the season. To celebrate the day, it’s a lot of fun to start preparing for Easter and planning what I’m going to do for my kids, my family, and my friends. This used to be a difficult task for me, but I created something to help me defeat the overwhelm. And now I’m giving it to you.
The Easter Planner Binder brings together, all in one place, everything you need to plan for Easter without forgetting anything.
The files are available in my free resource library — get the password for free by filling out the form at the bottom of this post.
This Easter printables binder includes recipes, gift tags, Easter coloring pages, cards, and Easter activities for kids. In short, this binder can help you make memories every year with your family!
You can print off the whole binder, or just a few sheets at a time as you need them.
Plus, if you already have a binder there are different sizes of spines included to fit whatever size you have on hand…no need to go out and buy another binder. Just use one you already have and you’re good to go.
If you do need a binder, here are some appropriate ones on Amazon.
How To Use The Easter Planner Binder
First, print out the pages you like. Insert them into a 3-ring binder. Then add your family’s favorite Easter recipes. Now you’ll have a custom, personalized resource to turn to year after year. I actually leave the original copy of the recipe in my normal daily recipe book, and make another copy to keep in the Easter Binder as well. That way, I don’t have to go hunting for the specific recipes that I use every single Easter — They’re all in one place!
To get you started, I’ve included the recipe for my family’s favorite Easter tradition, Resurrection Rolls. It’s a fun way to discuss the Easter Story of the Resurrection with the kids.
There’s also a printable to pretty up those miniature candies.
Even a coloring page for the grown-ups!
It’s hard to pick my favorite, but I’d have to say having all my Easter recipes in one place is super helpful. I keep a copy of the recipe in my main recipe binder, and then have another copy in the Easter Binder. That makes it easy to find the recipe throughout the year as well.
What’s Included in the Easter Planner
- The cover
- A choice of spine labels
- Menu Planner
- To-Do List, a place to keep all of your important tasks at hand, with easy checkboxes for when you’re done.
- Gift Tags
- Miniature candy wrappers
- Resurrection Rolls recipe
- Treasure Hunt Cards
- Treat Bag Toppers
- 7 coloring pages
This is definitely the Easter Planner you need to get organized.
So are you ready to do this? If so, here’s how to get the planner file! The file is in my Free Resource Library.
Get the password for the library with the free files here by filling out this form:
If you create the Easter binder, I’d love to see your personalized version — send me a photo at h[email protected]
Read more about the story of Easter here.