Easter generally involves a weekend filled with Easter egg hunts, delicious food, and of course – munching on a variety of chocolate eggs!

Sometimes, however, it’s hard to fill all of the free time you have in-between. To help keep yourself and your children busy, here are three fun-filled Easter activities:

Get Crafty

If you prefer to keep your Easter activities as cost effective but fun as possible, bring out your big box of arts and crafts goodies from the cupboard and get messy with your family. Whether you choose to buy those delicious white chocolate Easter eggs from your local supermarket and let your children go crazy with the food colouring (think of all the tie-dying possibilities), create your own Easter garden scene by making a collage, or choose to help your children make their own Easter Bunny ears that can be worn to Easter lunch when visiting your family and friends throughout the holiday, arts and crafts are a simple and cheap way to inject some entertainment into your days.

Enjoy a Day Out

There will be lots of fun and exciting activities taking place in your city over the Easter weekend, and they are only a quick Google search away. With a variety of Easter egg hunts, parades, delicious brunches, and other activities, there’s no shortage of things to do on this special holiday. In Dubai, Atlantis, The Palm is hosting an Eggventure Hunt, where they are hiding 50 000 eggs around their waterpark, and in Paris, Disney Land will be saying “hi” to spring with magical parades. If you would prefer to avoid the crowds and spend a day out in a more quiet setting, have an Easter picnic at your local park or take your children to the beach for some fun in the sun.

Cook something Delicious

Easter is the one day of the year where we are allowed to eat chocolate for breakfast, but the delicious treats don’t have to end there. Plan to make a lovely Easter lunch that you can share with both your friends and family, invite them over to your home and celebrate the holiday together. There are a number of delicious recipes on the web – both traditional and non-traditional – to suit the holiday, including lamb roasts and chocolate cheese cakes. You can get your children involved in the process too, meaning they will have something to keep them busy and entertained while you prep your extravagant and indulgent brunch.

These three activities will ensure that you and your family enjoy the time you spend together over the Easter weekend, no matter what you choose to do.

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