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10 Fun Ways to Celebrate Easter at Home

A basket full of colorful eggs sits beside two boys finding eggs during an Easter egg hunt outside in a beautiful garden in the spring. Part of a series.

Easter may look a little different this year, but it can still be fun! The community Egg Hunts and Marshmallow Drop events may have all been cancelled, but that doesn’t mean you can’t recreate the fun of Easter at home. Here are 10 fun, but easy activities you can do with the kids at home to make Easter one they won’t forget. 

 

Play Easter Bingo!

Download our FREE Easter Activity Bingo sheet and let your littles keep track of the holiday festivities.

 

Decorate Eggs

There are many different ways to die eggs and we have time on our hands to try them all! From traditional food coloring to markers or stickers for little ones, here are a few more cool design ideas.

 

Make Candy

Easter bunny loves to leave treats and this year you can make your own.

 

Get Dressed Up For Brunch

It’s not the holiday celebration we’re used to but get dressed up and enjoy a special family brunch.

 

Decorate Your Windows

Make your house festive for passersby to enjoy (and a lot of cities have scavenger hunts for kids right now too) with bunnies, eggs and flowers decor.

 

Have An Egg Hunt

Hide eggs in the backyard or in the house and let the kids enjoy the hunt.

 

Read An Easter Book

Pull out your favorite Easter book or write your own.

 

Eat Carrots

Carrots aren’t just for bunnies, they’re for kids too. Here are some of our favorite carrot recipes.

 

Leave A Bunny Message On The Sidewalk

Make your neighbors laugh and have fun on the sidewalk with chalk. Hare are some jokes, or make up your own.

  • What do you name a rabbit who wears a kilt? Hopscoth
  • What do you get when you cross a rabbit with Winnie the Pooh? A honey bunny
  • What is a bunny’s motto? Don’t be mad, be hoppy!

 

Marshmallow Fun

There’s no Marshamallow Drops this year BUT we can still have fun with marshmallows.

 

 

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Carrie Budzinski is the Vice President of LittleGuide Detroit. She grew up in Livonia and Detroit and continues to live life in both cities. Carrie loves exploring the city and finding hidden gems in the suburbs..

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