Lockdown may not quite of eased yet, but there are lots of easy Easter activities that you can do yourself at home.
Get the creative juices flowing for you and the kids and create your own decorative eggs. Simply hard boil an egg and dress it up with bits you have lying around the house. You could even have small prizes for the the best decorated egg or the most craft pieces used.
If you have young kids an Easter egg hunt is a great way to spend an afternoon. All you need to do is buy (or make) some mini chocolate eggs, hide them around your house or garden, and give your littles ones some clues to where the eggs are hidden.
Why not have a go at making your own Easter style piñata? Hobbycraft have lots of free ‘how to make’ instructions on their website, and once it has been made, all you have to do is fill it with sweets and confetti and let the kids go wild!
We’ve all stuck a tail on a donkey before; adapt the classic party game for Easter with a homemade bunny and a cotton wool ball as the tail. Simple!
If you like to decorate your house for Easter have a go at creating your own, it’ll save you a nice little amount you can spend on more important things. Easter bunny bunting is a good place to start. Print out or draw some Easter bunnies, cut them out and attach them to some ribbon to hang up.
Alternatively try some DIY Easter wreaths or baskets.
As everyone is at staying at home this year, why not cook a special Easter meal for the family? Try a cheaper cut of meat and let it slow cook in the oven all afternoon. Why not try baking some Hot Cross Buns or a Simnel cake? This Paul Hollywood Hot Cross bun recipe will have you creating perfect fruit buns in no time!
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