4 Easter-Inspired Activities for Kids

We’re putting the “ease” in “Easter” (It’s in there…really. You just have to hunt a bit!) with these 4 Easter-inspired activities from our blog to help you get ready for the holiday in two shakes of a bunny’s tail.

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1.       Last-Minute Easter Bookmarks

Cut two small, red potatoes in half, and you’ve got four canvases for kids to create their own Easter egg potato stamps. They’ll have a blast carving out their own patterns: polka dots, stripes, waves — the sky’s the limit. Use the egg-shaped stamps to decorate paper, then cut out a rectangle, punch a hole, and tie on a ribbon. PRESTO — Last-minute hand-made Easter bookmarks!

Easter Bookmark

2.       Easter Basket & Sweet-Treat Ideas for Kids

Love Easter but not the CANDY-PALOOZA that comes with? Here’s three ideas for making Easter special while still having a few sweet treats the entire family will OOH and AAH over.

Easter Basket

 

3.       Quick Bunny Printable

The name says it all: It’s quick. It’s a bunny. It’s printable. Simply print and have kids use springtime-colored florescent crayons, non-rolling markers, or paints to bring this adorable bunny to life!

Easter Bunny Printable

4.       Number Hunt Fun

The fun doesn’t have to end when Easter is over. Re-create the “thrill of the hunt” by sending your child on a Number Hunt anytime. But this is not just any Number Hunt — This hunt has loads of variations for every age and ability (equations, maps, odds ’n evens, spelled-out numbers, and more). Have children race each other to see who finds the most numbers or compete against themselves in a timed hunt!

Rainy Day Number Hunt

Happy Easter. Happy Spring. Happy, happy EVERYTHING — from all of us at Melissa & Doug!

How do you plan to celebrate Easter and the start of Spring? Let us know in the Comments below, or chat with us on the Melissa & Doug Facebook page.

Comments

  1. What great ideas! My time is well spent reading your blogs. Thanks.

  2. Carlene Brumber says:

    Any plush toy