10 Family Easter Activities

Easter is nearly here and so is the official first day of spring. We’ve compiled a fun list of activities and treats to help you and your loved ones celebrate!

Let us know in the comments below if you try any of these Easter ideas.

Tie Dye Easter Eggs

These tie-dye Easter eggs featured on eHow are easy to make and beautiful.

Tie Dye Easter Egg Directions

Recycle broken crayons into beautiful works of art with these step-by-step instructions on decorating eggs from Jenna Burger Design.

Natural Dyed Easter Eggs

Making naturally dyed Easter eggs is a great way to teach kids about different types of fruits and vegetables. Your Home Based Mom has simple directions for creating these beautiful eggs.

pancake Easter idea

Kids of all ages will have fun starting off Easter morning with a bunny inspired pancake idea from Betty Crocker.

fruit bunny

Easter doesn’t have to be a sugar overloaded holiday. Check out these great healthy Easter and spring treat ideas on The Prime Pursuit.

Peep Game

Every party needs a few games. We love this fun Don’t Eat the Peep idea published on 30 Handmade Days.

Easter Thumbprint Art Project

Crafts are always a great activity and this sweet thumbprint and fingerprint activity from The Chickabug Blog will be a keepsake to treasure.

Easter bingo

Looking for a fun Easter theme activity? You can’t go wrong with bingo! We love this printable Easter theme game from Pre-K Pages.

Get Fit Easter Game

Get everyone up and moving with an energizing game of Easter “eggs-ercises” from The Seasoned Mom.

Easter Egg Preschool Craft

Craft activities are perfect for kids of all ages. We especially like this Easter egg potato stamp activity for little ones featured on How Wee Learn.

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