Make Easter “eggs-tra” special for your kids by letting them express themselves creatively. From fun egg-decorating ideas to fool-proof festive food, we’ve put together a list of activities everyone will love. In between activities, why not take a look at our finely crafted homes in Sierra Vista?
It’s All About the Eggs
Sure there are bunnies and chicks, but Easter is really all about the eggs. Make your Easter eggs sparkle with a little glue and lots of glitter. Get cracking with these fun rainbow eggs. Got a toddler? These three Easter egg dyeing crafts are easy and fun. Skip the dye altogether and pull out the Sharpies for these tie-dyed eggs.
Who Doesn’t Want Bunny Ears?
Easter bonnets are so last year. Make these adorable pipe cleaner bunny ears instead. Check out this cute template for making cute paper plate Easter Bunny hats. Paper plates also make great bunny masks.
Don’t want to decorate real eggs this year? No problem. Break out the colored paper and make these bright 3D eggs. Find some egg-shaped rocks and let the kids go wild with acrylic paint. Preschoolers will love adding dried pasta to these paper Easter eggs. Use your Easter egg cookie cutters to craft these salt doughmasterpieces.
Great Garlands and Wreathes
Hang these kid-created garlands around the house to welcome the Easter bunny. It just takes a little paint and a lot of shaving cream to make these marbled paper Easter eggs. Older children will enjoy making these Easter egg wreathes. “Chick” out these adorable yarn garlands.
Festive Food Fun
Teens in particular will have a great time making these bunny ice cream cones. No kid will be able to resist these carrot-themed chocolate dipped strawberries. Peeps are just marshmallows, and marshmallows are the main ingredient in s’mores. These Peeps go vroom!