Easter is a favourite holiday among many, especially kids. They wake up on Easter morning to find their Easter baskets and hidden eggs all over the house. In the weeks leading up to Easter nothing can build up their excitement like fun, creative crafts and games.
Egg Games- Whether it's an Easter egg toss or rolling balls through a cardboard bunny's tongue there are tons of fun game ideas that your kids will simply not be able to get enough of.
Wobbly Easter Egg Ramp Races- Take a long strip of cardboard and make a ramp from your couch. The kids can race their plastic eggs with each other and their friends.
Egg Paintball- Fill empty real eggs with paint and throw them at a canvas. This is an outdoor game and is undoubtedly messy, but really cool. They'll love it.
Popsicle Stick Easter Puzzles-Have them use their creative side and draw on popsicle sticks to make puzzles. They can scramble them and put them back together over and over again.
Egg Maracas- Make music with plastic eggs! Fill eggs with jelly beans, then take two spoons and place the plastic egg between them. Using masking tape, tape them together and you have maracas!
Easter Eggs-ercises-Try something new and fill your plastic Easter eggs with little strips of paper stating different eggs-cersises. For example: 6 bunny hops and 3 full spins. They'll have a blast, while burning energy.
Jelly Bean Mathematics-Using jelly beans you can make math fun for your kids. Have them count each coloured jelly bean and if they write down the right amount they can eat them.
Egg Bread Wreath- This is a deliciously, creative snack. Braid bread dough and connect the ends. Place a colored hard boiled egg in the middle and bake it in the oven. So good!!
Easter Bath- This is a simple tradition your kids will never forget. Draw a bath for the kids and put plastic eggs in it. They'll be happy to play in the bath for hours with their Easter toys.
Easter Morning Prank- The Easter Bunny left a note on the toilet seat. He "forgot to flush" and left jelly beans droppings in the toilet. Oops! The kids will get a kick out of it.