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He Is Risen Agamograph - Easter Sunday School - Coloring Craft - Art Activity

He Is Risen Agamograph - Easter Sunday School - Coloring Craft - Art Activity

Regular price $3.50 USD
Regular price Sale price $3.50 USD
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Agamographs are such fun coloring crafts or art activities! This He Is Risen agamograph is a perfect Easter religious craft for kids and an Easter Sunday School activity. Students will color, cut and glue. No prep work!

 This Easter agamograph combines two images that students can see from different angles.

The product includes two template options

  1. Option 1 - arrange the strips in alphabetic order.
  2. Option 2 - arrange the strips in numerical order.

The product includes:

  • a list of supplies
  • directions
  • patterns
  • photos of the final project
  • step by step pictures


- Files are NOT editable.
- Please be aware that this listing is for a digital download.
- No physical product will be shipped.
- There will be no refunds given once the sale goes through.


You are welcome to use this printable for personal or classroom use. No commercial use or reselling of the digital files or any finished product is allowed. 

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Abigail B. (Gloucester, GB)
Well-designed craft with a message

This craft was easy to download and flexible to use (ie could be used for older children to cut out and stick together, or incorporated onto one sheet for children to colour alternate strips and simply fold). The Easter message was really good for our church family activity session, and it was good value.

Alicia W. (Bristol, US)
Perfect for our risen Savior!

What a great design and easy to assemble!

Jen H. (Worcester, GB)
Really effective

I LOVED this craft - it was really effective.
We did it with kids ranging from 6-15. The 6 year olds were totally perplexed by why we were cutting up their colourings but they loved the finished result.
The 15 year olds just cracked on with it as they could see how it was going to work.
Definitely a craft that needs adult support for those under 7 I'd say (guess it depends on the individuals and I'm basing that on my tribe of neurodiverse kiddos).