Easter Activities for Preschoolers + Easter Activities for Kids
The Giving Basket - How to Teach Your Child to Give Back
This Easter, teach the kiddos to give back by putting together an Easter Giving Basket. This could be a basket to give as a gift to a loved one, or a basket of necessities to give to a local shelter or food pantry.
Giving Basket Ideas:
- healthy snacks like trail mix and granola bars
- bar of soap
- small bottles of shampoo
- toothbrush and toothpaste
Practice Life Skills and Teach Kids to Cook in the Kitchen with a Carrot Cook-Off!
Carrots are one of the most versatile vegetables that are wonderful both savory or sweet. Have each person peel their own large carrots, season them with what they think would taste good, and bake them!
The great thing about this is that almost anything is good on cooked carrots. Here are some options you may want to consider:
Something to Moisten or Glaze Carrots
- Maple Syrup
- Brown Sugar
Something to add an extra blast of flavor:
- Mini Marshmallows
- Parmesan Cheese
Easter Activities for Adults
Do an Adult DIY Spring Decor Kit
There's something about spring that makes me want to freshen everything up. It's spring cleaning but also adding more color to our world. I love to do a variety of painting projects in the spring. This Easter, spend a relaxing day working on a DIY kit!
We love this Hello Spring sign from Signs by Caitlin!
Adult Egg Decorating
Truth be told, decorating eggs with young children is just messy and stressful! Take back this tradition as an adult and enjoy the quiet, creative activity or painting or coloring eggs.
Host an Easter Brunch - Easter Bonnet Required
Gather a few friends or relatives for a nice Easter Brunch! Sometimes it can be fun to get all dressed up for a fancy brunch just because! Encourage your guests to have fun and get all dressed up in their Easter best and enjoy a fun and relaxed brunch.
Here’s what we recommend you add to the menu!
- Orange Juice (or better yet Mimosas!)
- Coffee with cream and sugar
- Potato Casserole