Looking for some Easter traditions to help make Easter extra special?
I’ve rounded up some ideas for you in this post! Feel free to leave a comment with some of your own traditions 🙂
1) Set an Easter brunch table for the kids! You could even print off free Easter coloring pages for them OR put paper on the table to let the kids color the table! Make bunny pancakes for them – so cute and guaranteed they’ll eat them! Put pom poms on the bottom a paper cup to act as a bunny tail 🙂 The creative options are endless, really!
2) Make an Easter treat! Like this simple but delicious, 3-ingredient Peeps S’mores Dip! We also tried bunny cinnamon rolls this year!
3.) Let the kids help you decorate for Easter! Have them help you paint the tablecloth for the adult brunch table! Older kids could use acrylic paint for more of a “pop” of color but washable works, too! You can find more ideas on how to make Easter brunch festive here.
4.) The Classic: Wake up to an Easter basket full of goodies! Sidewalk chalk, bubbles, swimsuits for summer, and art supplies are our go-tos! Here is a fun list of Easter basket filler ideas!
5.) Paint a Fun Design on Easter Eggs! Pinterest or google for ideas are your friends! You can find the tutorial on how I made these brushstrokes eggs here.
6.) Read Easter books! Pull out all of the spring and Easter books you have & keep them out for the holiday! Go to the library and check out books a few weeks ahead of time so you have a selection to pick from! You can find all of our spring book recommendations here.
7.) Play Easter Bunny as a family! Make & send small gift packages with eggs, treats, stickers, temporary tattoos, etc. for family members, friends, or families that may be in need.
8.) Paint Easter Eggs! Or you can choose to dye! We love painting them around here! I let the girls paint them however they wanted to! You could even add glitter!
9.) Do Easter Egg Hunts inside (& outside, of course) the House with Everyday Objects! We hid eggs this year with their ABC puzzle pieces, clock number pieces, and movement activities inside of them! They all were a hit!
10) Make an Easter Egg Wreath! I still need to make a tutorial on how I did this. But – basically, it involved lots of eggs and lots of hot glue! And a cute bunny 😉
You can check out my Easter Pinterest Board for even more ideas!
Have a Happy Easter!