The Easter holidays are on their way and even though for most Easter is at the beginning of the school holidays, it doesn’t mean you can’t do Easter crafts and activities after Easter Sunday.
We have found some great things for you to do and make on the run up and throughout the Easter break.
Have an Easter Egg Hunt
This may sound simple but make them earn it! You can start by getting them to decorate their own eggs. You could use real eggs (just make sure you blown the egg out) or use polystyrene eggs. Let them get totally creative with the decorating, they could cover them in:
Now it’s time for the real fun, hiding the eggs. Be sneaky and make it a real challenge. You could set them clues to find the eggs. You may want to have a set of clues for outside and inside as the weather is can change at any minute.
Easter Themed Games
If the weather is a bit (lot) damp then there are plenty of games to play at home.
If you don’t mind a bit of mess there are plenty of Easter crafts to make.
These DIY Salt Dough Eggs by Design Mom are really gorgeous and they make lovely gifts for family.
We love these Fingerprint bunny cards by Sarahndipties, so simple but they look so good.
Mum in the Madhouse has made these cute pop out chick cards, they look like fun to make.
These Papier Mache Easter Baskets from Red Ted Art look messy but so much fun and they would be perfect for your Easter egg hunt!
For more Easter crafts and activities visit our Pinterest board