Top Tips for Fun Activities this Easter

Combining seasonal fun with arts and crafts will give the Kids hours of fun this Easter.

  1. Host an Easter Egg Hunt – Buy some multi packs of small Easter eggs, sweets and other things the kids will like. Hide them around the garden or around the house (depending on the weather) and invite family and friends around to enjoy the hunt.
  2. Make some Easter Cookies – Get the kids involved and bake some cookies. Decorate them with Easter themes using brightly coloured icing and sprinkles. Or head over to the Original Biscuit Bakers website to shop our Easter range, choose from our Chick, Mr & Mrs Bunny, Easter Egg & Chick and Deluxe Bunny.
  3. Hold an Egg Race – Boil the amount of eggs to the amount guests in advance so they have a chance to cool ready to be decorated. Let all the race participants decorate their own egg using glitter, ribbon, paint, buttons etc. Give out soup spoons and let them race to the finish line, the one who passes the finish line without dropping their egg wins.
  4. Make Easter Cards – Making Easter cards can be really fun and also really affordable. Colouring pencils, crayons, glitter and some paper are just about all you need to make some cute cards. Getting creative is suitable for all ages and the cards are a great keepsake to send to loved ones.
  5. Chocolate Nests – Making chocolate nests is a classic activity to take part in over the Easter break, not only are they delicious, they’re super easy to make. Here’s a quick and easy recipe for you to try out:
  • Add 100g of butter, 1 tbsp cocoa powder, 50g milk chocolate buttons and 75g of golden syrup in a bowl.
  • Microwave on high for 1.5mins and mix together.
  • Crumble 4 Shredded Wheat over the bowl and mix with rest of ingredients.
  • In a cupcake tray of 12 add the cupcake cases ready for the mix.
  • Place a generous spoonful of the mix into each cupcake case.
  • Press the centre of each nest down slightly to form a dip and place 3 chocolate mini eggs in each dip.
  • Chill for 30 minutes before serving.

You can get as creative as you like with these, you can place little decorative chicks, crème eggs, edible glitter and much more.

6. Go to a Pet Farm – This is the perfect time of year to visit a pet farm. Now that the long winter is over, it’s a great opportunity to let the children run around and get up, close and personal with the animals. Feeding llamas, holding chicks and feeding lambs their bottle.   

7. Get the Colouring Pencils Out – Print off some fun Easter designs for the kids to paint or colour. Once their master pieces are complete, hang them around the house for some seasonal décor. Your little artists will be thrilled to star in their very own gallery.

8. Get Out and About – Get your bikes out of the garage and pop your helmets on. Head off to your favourite routes but keep an eye out…. The Easter Bunny might be about.

9. Make an Easter Brunch – Dust off your aprons and get creative in the kitchen. Here are some Easter brunch ideas for all the family:

  • Bacon and egg cheese wreath
  • Bunny head fresh fruit platter
  • Easter bunny pancakes
  • Mini frittatas
  • Overnight French toast
  • Scrambled egg Easter bunny

10. Make Fingerprint Bunnies – We all know kids love to get messy and creative so making fingerprint bunnies is the perfect activity! Dip your thumb in paint and print it onto paper for the head, use your other fingers to form the rest of the body. Make a bunny family keepsake. This could even be your new Easter tradition, do this every year and keep in a memory box.

Hopefully these activities will keep you and your little ones busy over Easter.

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