One option is to hide coins around the house, yard, or even a local park. Coins can be hidden in various places and children can have fun searching for them. Coins can be of different sizes and values, making the hunt more exciting and challenging.
This activity can also help kids develop their problem-solving skills as they figure out where the coins have been hidden. Hiding coins can also be a great way to teach kids about the value of money. They can learn how to save and budget their money, as well as the importance of giving.
Coins can be donated to a local charity or to a family in need, teaching kids the importance of helping others. Hiding coins is also a more affordable option for parents.
Chocolate can be expensive, and buying large amounts for multiple kids can quickly add up. Hiding coins is a much cheaper alternative, and you can also get creative in how they hide them.
Another activity parents can do is to plan an Easter egg hunt. You can purchase plastic eggs and fill them with prizes or small treats, then hide them around the house or yard for the kids to find. This activity is a fun way to get the family outdoors and enjoy the holiday.
You can also host a themed Easter brunch or dinner. This can be a great opportunity for the family to come together and enjoy a special meal. The meal can be decorated with festive decorations, and you can even invite extended family or friends to join in on the celebration.
Why not host an egg painting or decorating party? Kids can have fun creating their own unique Easter eggs. Supplies such as paint, markers, glitter, and glue can be used to decorate the eggs. You can also bake cookies or cupcakes with the kids and decorate them with fun Easter themes.
Additionally, you can plan an Easter movie night. An Easter-themed movie can be chosen for the family to watch together.