Easter holidays are usually the chance for kids and family to escape the country for a short break - celebrate Easter with family and friends, surrounded by smiles, sunshine, and lots of sweet treats. But this year things will be very different because of Covid-19. Many people will have to celebrate the Easter holiday at home.
This is not meaning you can't get a memorable Easter day! Here we will share some wonderful ways to fill your family's Easter day with fun, and without ever leaving the house. Let’s take a look at them together.
1. EGG HUNTING
What is the most popular tradition of Easter? Obviously is Easter egg hunts. It is one of the most thrilling activities for everyone involved. This year you can try to hold an Easter day hunting party indoors or in your yard. Hide eggs (or you can use candy-filled plastic eggs instead of real eggs) everywhere from the fridge to the bookshelf! Happy hunting!
2. EASTER DAY BRUNCH
Food tastes good in the great outdoors, so an outdoor Easter brunch is a must if weather permits of course. You can prepare delicious food for your loved ones. Don't forget to decorate your table with traditional Easter elements and beautiful pastel flowers.
3. HOST A FAMILY PICNIC
It’s a great idea to choose the Easter theme for your picnic, which means you can enjoy Easter outdoor brunch, delicious food, and the traditional egg hunting activity together. Trust us! You will get meaningful family time and a memorable Easter day!
4. DAFFODIL HUNTING PARTY
Everything will be OK once the daffodils bloom! Even if you’re celebrating Easter backyard, that doesn’t mean the fun has to end! You still have many ways to get into the spirit of the holiday, such as have an Easter Daffodil Hunting party. Your kids would love it.
5. LET'S STRETCH LIMBS
How to let your kids keep away from electric gadgets and stretch their limbs? It’s time for the bunny hop. Choose songs about Easter, bunnies, eggs, and candies, let's kids (or adults) form a line and get hopping!
6. PLAY BUNNY TAG
If your kids need to burn some energy, they can play bunny tag which will help them get a ton of exercise. This is the rule of this activity: pick one child to be the dog chasing the other kids, who are the bunnies. The bunnies hop away from the fast-walking dog. If they are caught, they crouch down and use their arms to make bunny ears atop their head until the game is finished. The last bunny caught becomes the dog during the next round.
7. READ BOOKS
The fun egg hunts, egg dyeing, and yummy candy will make your kids excited, you need to create some quiet time for them to regain energy. Reading books about wonderful Easter stories is a good idea. You can read with your kids before or after the egg hunt.
8. LOOKING FOR BUNNY FOOTPRINTS
As with Santa Claus at Christmas, Easter Bunny is the core of Easter day. Some clues that hint the Easter Bunny came will give your kids full of surprises and delights. Leaving bunny footprints is a fun idea. You can try to sprinkle glitter or baby powder on the floor and brush some of it away in the shape of bunny paw prints.
Give an Easter day full of surprises and delights for your kids!