Please do not stick any of the activities from this page into your green book.
Egg hunt around the home/garden
You could use chocolate eggs/plastic eggs if you have them or draw and cut out pictures of eggs and hide them around your home or garden.
Before turning them into a tasty omelette or cake, decorate your eggs at home with pen or paints.
Drawing and painting
Draw or paint beautiful Easter pictures and display them in your windows to cheer up people walking/exercising when they pass by your home.
Use the recycling from your home to build amazing Easter themed models
Bake some tasty Easter treats with someone at home. If you cannot do this, perhaps you could design your ultimate Easter egg!
Pin the tail on the bunny
Cut out the outline of a bunny from a sheet of A4. Then, cut out a small tail. Using bluetac (with your eyes closed!) try and pin the tail on the bunny!
Turn a few old socks into cool new sock puppets using objects around the house. Put on a show for your family!
Find a container with a lid (waterproof if you plan on burying it!) put inside a letter to yourself, a drawing, sometime from your home and anything else you like. Put it somewhere safe or bury it in the garden if you want to! Open it/dig it up this time next year!
Egg and spoon race
Challenge someone at home to an old fashioned egg and spoon race!
You don't need anything for this game except someone else to play with. Think of an object. Your partner asks 'What's in the egg!?' and then they can ask you up to 20 questions to try and work out what your object is.
Just a bit of fun!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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