5 Ideas for Easter Fun
Games, crafts and activities to welcome spring and Easter.
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Whether you want to spend an afternoon making crafts with your little ones or perhaps start a new family tradition with a race or egg hunt, here are five ways to get the kids engaged in Easter fun.
1. Host a backyard glow-in-the-dark egg hunt
Fill large plastic eggs with mini glow sticks, glow-in-the-dark bracelets or necklaces. Translucent eggs work best. Hide the eggs at dusk and let the kids find them.
2. Have an egg & spoon race
Walk, run or hop to the finish line with this easy game. Simply place plastic eggs on spoons and let the kids race. Who will drop an egg first?
3. Make pom pom chicks
Spend a lazy Saturday crafting with these adorable pom pom chicks from Practically Functional.
4. Make an egg flower bouquet
Grab the plastic eggs and green pipe cleaners for this easy craft from Make and Takes.
5. Make a paper ball bunny
The kids will love making these festive creations from Easy Kids Craft.
Myra Wright is the digital editor of Carolina Parent and Charlotte Parent.