Easter is coming up soon and I’m starting to get the house ready and plan some fun activities for my daughter. She’s six and loves when the Easter Bunny comes to visit. I am using this to my advantage by reminding her that the Easter bunny only comes and hides eggs for kids who are well behaved, respectful to their parents and have clean, brushed hair.
Before we get started make sure you download and print off this new set of printables I created. These Easter themed prints are free when you subscribe via the form below and the link to the files will be sent directly to your email address.
Feel free to hang these prints up in your home, office or classroom but remember they are for personal use only (ie. don’t sell them).
Next, check out these great Easter ideas for the whole family.
Table of contents
- Easter Egg Decorating Ideas
- DIY Easter Basket Ideas
- Easter Recipes
- Easter Fun
Easter Egg Decorating Ideas
These fun Easter egg ideas will be a hit with your kids. Dyeing eggs is still a tradition I love from when I was young. There are so many ways to decorate Easter eggs besides the classic way of drawing on them with crayon and letting them sit in a dye bath. Check out these fun alternatives.
No need to buy special egg dye when you have onions in the pantry. Learn how to dye eggs shades of orange and brown with onion skins.
Temporary tattoos aren’t just for humans anymore. Try applying them to freshly dyed eggs for a fun craft.
Are your kids obsessed with Hatchimals? Try making these fun Easter eggs inspired by the children’s toy.
Another easy craft for those who don’t have egg dye at home. Draw on freshly boiled eggs with crayons for a fun effect.
Make little curios bunny place cards for your Easter feast with a little pot and some craft foam.
DIY Easter Basket Ideas
These fun Easter basket ideas are a little out of the box. Teens and older kids can have fun making the chunky crochet basket or the sewn bunny bag and younger kids will enjoy making an Easter basket out of a recycled 2 liter bottle of soda.
The chunky crochet basket works up quickly and is a great project for beginners.
Got an old pop bottle laying around? Try making this cute bunny basket with a plastic bottle and some paint.
Sew this bunny bag to hold all your sweet goodies. Then tie up his ears to keep it all in inside.
There is nothing like a delicious feast on Easter Sunday. Try out some of these recipes with your family this year.
This honey mustard sauce is an old family recipe. My dad’s mom used to make it for the holidays and now my mom continues the tradition.
Make these fun pink eggs with a surprising ingredient: beets!
Boiling eggs for Easter crafts or recipes? Here’s the best way to do it:
Watch what happens when you plant the Easter Bunny’s magic beans. Kids will love this surprise on Easter morning.
This is a super fun activity to do with kids. Plant the magic beans and see what grows!