The 4 best activities for a creative Easter

De 4 beste activiteiten voor een creatief Pasen

Finally, it's Easter again, which means the bunny costume is back on! Eggs take center stage once more, and there's no shortage of chocolate. Want to make Easter a truly creative celebration this year? Then we have some fun tips for you. That way, it'll be unforgettable this year too.

Painting and drawing on an egg

If your little one finds drawing on a piece of paper not challenging enough, how about an egg? Faces, figures, animals, colors—whatever it is, with a brush and paint or markers, your child can create something wonderful. Who knows what kind of creations they'll come up with in the end. You can even enjoy eating that boiled egg during the Easter lunch afterward. It's a shame about the beautiful artwork, though. Maybe take a photo first before cracking the shell?

Create an Easter basket with your child

All those eggs from an Easter egg hunt can be quite a handful. Nothing is easier than having a basket. You can make a basket out of anything. Let your imagination run wild to come up with a fun design. The advantage is that your child will have a small advantage during the egg hunt with such a basket.

Make Easter a dress-up party

You can also turn Easter into a dress-up party. Costumes can be taken out of the closet even after Carnival. Of course, it's even more fun to dress up as a bunny or a chicken during Easter. That naturally fits the theme. If you, as a parent, happen to have a costume lying around, you can always reenact a bunny hunt. Wish the kids good luck in catching the bunny and start running!

Create an Easter treat with your child

During Easter, dive into the kitchen with your child. For example, make your own Easter eggs by melting chocolate and pouring it into molds. Cookies, cupcakes, and an Easter cake are also great choices. You can decorate a cake in many ways. It's like "The Great British Bake Off" but in your own kitchen!

However you choose to celebrate Easter, the most important thing is that it's enjoyable. If those creative activities aren't quite your thing, there are plenty of other fun Easter games. Still looking for suggestions? Take a look at our Easter blog from last year.

How are you going to celebrate Easter with your children this year?

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