#31. Easter Egg Balance
Grab some kitchen utensils, such as a soup ladle, dessert spoon, wooden spoon and potato masher, and a few hard boiled eggs. You can decorate the eggs by painting them first.
Ask your kids to choose a utensil and try to balance the egg on top of it and proceed to cross to the other side of the room. Once they have tried all the utensils, ask them which they prefer and why.
#32. Take a Trip to the Woods
Easter is a lovely time to take a trip to the woods, and enjoy the new growth of Spring. With walks, orienteering trails and bike routes, the time will be sure to fly by! Just don’t forget to bring a picnic.
#33. Make Cards and Gifts for Teachers
Teachers will embrace the holidays just as much as their students! Have your child make them a card or a thank you note to show their hard work is appreciated.
#34. Go on a Scavenger Hunt
Chocolate, sweets, a visit from the Easter Bunny, baby animals…what’s not to love! Now you can add some eggstra fun to your seasonal activities with our Easter scavenger hunt download!
#35. Make an Easter Chocolate Cake
This Easter chocolate cake is both easy to make and tastes fantastic too!
Kids love baking and this recipe is easy enough for them to follow with just a little help from Mum or Dad.
The perfect dessert to accompany your Easter dinner, and is one of those Easter activities for kids that adults will enjoy too!