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With lighter days and warmer weather, things are looking up—especially with Easter break just around the corner. But under the current state of circumstances, parents will be looking for contingency plans for the Easter holiday. Why not get crafty this Easter and make some Easter crafts at home with the kids? The following is a guide to some of the best Easter activities for kids in 2021 to help make this Easter the best one yet.
Come rain or shine Easter crafts
Parents who want to be extra prepared for the weather during the Easter break will do no better than investing in the Rainforest Science Box. Jam packed with lots of indoor and outdoor creative and STEM science kits, kids can learn about science while creating their own jungle drums, rain sticks, cookies, and rainforest terrariums, as well as conducting a number of pollution experiments. It’s the perfect way to get Easter started with a sneaky bit of STEM education.
Jump to it
For those planning to stay close to home this Easter, the trampoline is the perfect accessory. Easy to assemble and pack away, this trampoline is a great way for kids to burn off some of that energy. And as a bonus, it’s portable enough to take with you when travelling or camping.
Ahead of the pack Easter craft coloring
If you’re lucky enough to be able to get away this Easter, you may be looking for ways to keep the kids occupied during your trip—especially if it’s going to be a long car journey. This set of Easter Coloring Art costs just a few dollars and will keep children of all ages occupied at home or away.
Like a duck to water
For rainy days, kids can make a splash with the LEGO city Ocean Mini-Submarine Playset. Suitable for children aged four and over, the kit contains everything your little one needs to make their own submarine with an opening bubble cockpit, spinning propeller and poseable inspection arms.
That’s the way the cookie crumbles
Easter wouldn’t be Easter without a few sweet treats, and even kids can get in on the action with these simple to make Easter cookies. Alternatively, why not get the whole family involved in some Easter crafts by making your bunny with this handy beautiful mold?
Sweeten the deal
Want to use the Easter break for a bit of STEM education? The Sweet Science Box contains six steam activities that allow kids to learn about science, including the properties and uses of sugar while creating their own candies. This Easter craft is ideal for mini scientists of all ages.
Pretty in pink
Weather permitting, lots of kids will be hoping to spend as much time outdoors this Easter as possible. Kids can set up camp in the garden with this adorable Barbie Dream Camper Pop-Up Tent for use both indoors and out. With enough room for your Barbie fanatic and a friend, this tent will take playtime to the next level.
Hit the right note
Keeping older kids busy indoors during the Easter break can be tricky. If games aren’t going to cut it, why not nurture an interest in music. Online music lessons are great fun and extremely affordable as well as offering the convenience of learning at your own pace. From the guitar to percussion, music lessons are a great way of introducing kids to a hobby that can last a lifetime.
Getting crafty for easter
One of the joys of Easter is, of course, the traditional Easter basket. While these are readily available to purchase, it’s much more fun for kids to make their own. Grab a plain basket and some cheap supplies and let the kids get creative with making their own unique basket as their Easter craft.
Keeping kids occupied during the holidays can be a full time job, particularly when the weather doesn’t want to cooperate. Whether you’re indoors or out, home or away, this guide will give you some much needed inspiration to make sure that Easter 2021 is a fun and productive one for the whole family.