This morning, Good Friday morning, I read from John 19 about the crucifixion and the kids moved their people around, made a sign for the cross that said "Jesus [of Nazereth] King of the Jews" and set up soldiers dividing the garments among them.
Later today we will read about Joseph of Arimathea removing the body from the cross and placing it in the tomb with the help of Nicodemus, who brought about 75 pounds of myrrh and aloes for the tomb. We will seal the stone and talk about the beginning of Sabbath, which forced the women, who longed to care for his body, to wait until the day after the Sabbath (Luke 23:56).
As the Desiring God post suggests, our kids will awake Easter morning to find our little tomb empty--the stone rolled away and the body gone. We'll find Jesus somewhere else in the house and read about his appearances to the women and his disciples.