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Filled to the brim with bunnies, chocolate and scavenger hunts, Easter is the perfect holiday to spend some quality time with your tots. However, we all know that this year’s Easter will be far from a normal one. To help you out, we’ve got together eight ways for you to enjoy the season with your family.
Easter and the outdoors always go hand in hand. After a long year stuck indoors with the kids, it’s still important to get out there and enjoy the beautiful spring season. Keep an eye out for daffodils and budding trees to really generate that Easter feeling in your kids. A Trunki folding bike is a great way to make those woodland walks extra exciting, while being super convenient to pack up.
Arts & crafts
When it comes to arts and crafts, Easter has an endless amount of playful colours to mess around with! Why not set your kids up to paint some eggs in colourful patterns? You could also go the extra mile and try paper mâching some cute bunnies.
If you’re still in lockdown over Easter, your family might not have picked up on those festive vibes. Use those arts and crafts sessions to decorate the house with playful rabbits, eggs and daffodils. Your tots will be feeling the Easter excitement in no time.
Easter egg hunt
Easter wouldn’t be complete without a good-old fashioned Easter egg hunt. Sneak outside on Easter Sunday and dot some chocolate eggs around the garden for the kids to sniff out before breakfast. We’d suggest hiding a big golden egg in a hard-to-find place to give the hunt that extra bit of fun.
It’s always important to make your tots think of reading as a fun activity, as well as educational. Holidays like Easter are a great way to make the season come alive, with themed books that all the family can sit down and enjoy. After a long day looking for chocolate eggs, there’s nothing like snuggling up with a good book.
With blossom and blooms popping up all around us, why not bring some life into your own garden? Planting daffodils with the kids is a great way to get them in touch with nature, as well being a fun way to spend your Easter weekend.
Everybody gets lonely, but this last year has been extra difficult for some people. Teach your kids the gift of giving by making up some gift baskets filled with Easter goodies. There are plenty of places that take food donations, so make sure your baskets go to people who need them most!
Easter, food and nature are a match made in heaven. Prepare a woodland brunch for your weekend walk by packing a basket fun of scrumptious treats. Don’t forget the chocolate Easter eggs for good measure!
While Easter might be a little different this year, that doesn’t mean it has to be any less fun. Grab some chocolate eggs, get the arts and crafts out and make this Easter the best one yet!