The Easter holiday is upon us. No more school runs for a while, but what can you do to keep the kids occupied and stop you from pulling your hair out? I’ve asked fellow parenting bloggers to share their Easter activity pins to give us a few ideas. So for April’s Pinterest roundup, you will see all things Easter,
If you are looking for things to do with the kids, but are on a budget, Jenni from Chilling With Lucas has a few great ideas. Like she mentioned doing something fun every day. You could all get out in the garden and do some planting, or set up a camp. Jenni’s pin is to the point. Spring break ideas cater to her US audience as well as here in the UK. If you are not sure how to plan your Easter day, Amanda from Mummy 2 Twindividuals has the perfect plan. From an Easter breakfast to crafts, and an Easter walk. Amanda’s pin shows snippets of what you can do for your Easter day.
It wouldn’t be Easter without mini eggs, and I’m especially loving this recipe from Mummy Vs Work. It’s perfect for getting the kids into the kitchen and easy enough for them to make. Paula’s pin shows her yummy bake, colourful with a catchy title and showing her website. How cute are these bunny ear cupcakes from Jenny over at The Gingerbread House? Excellent for an Easter treat. Jenny’s pin is fun, shows exactly what the finished bake should look like and makes you want to eat them all! For the gluten free diet, Jenni from The Bear & the Fox has a fantastic little recipe for hot cross buns. A staple treat for Easter.
Louise from Little Hearts Big Love has been doing some crafting and like her pin shows a crown is perfect for Easter. Other crafty projects include a pom pom Spring garland from Jo over at A RoseTinted World. Jane from Hodge Podge Days shares her bright felt Easter decorations which will brighten up any home. Her pin shows how colourful the decorations are. The activity is suitable for adults as well.
Easter Egg Hunt
Easter is all about egg hunts, isn’t it? If you are looking for non-chocolate related eggs and gifts to use for your egg hunt you could use these cute little collectibles, which we are using. Amy over at Planning Spree has a great Easter Egg Hunt printable on Pinterest which you can use.
Finishing us off is Kelly from The Rebel Tribe, sharing with us her pin on educational activities and fun things to do around Cardiff this Easter. Kelly’s pin is telling us exactly what the pin is about and is in lovely Easter colours.
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