It's almost Easter! We have lots of fun things to make, bake, create and enjoy! From games and crafts, to growing and drawing, which activity will your little one choose?
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We’ve listed our activities by age range, but feel free to explore any and all of them with your children. From easy finger-print painting to sewing your very own Easter chick, we have something for everyone.
No printer? No worries! Only two of our activities require a printer, for the rest we have provided alternative options for you if you can't print our activity sheets.
Baby to 4 years
Below you'll find fun activities aimed at little ones up to 4 years, from playing our memory match game through to pinning the tail on the bunny.
Create Easter chick cards
Chirp, chirp! Our cute little chick designs are so easy to create and make a really sweet card. They're just the thing to send to those family and friends that you can't visit at the moment. We'd love to see your creations!
Play memory match
Such a simple game that offers lots of fun. Who has the best memory? Take it in turns to pick cards and find our specially designed Easter matching pairs.
You will need a printer for this activity. Top tip: if the pictures show through once printed, simply back the page onto a cereal box before cutting out.
Sing hop little bunnies
Here's your chance to get singing and active at the same time! Sing along to this well-known children's song and do the actions as you go. Who is the best little hopper in your home?
Play pin the tail on the bunny
This is an Easter take on a classic game! Have fun with our special Kite bunny. Simply cut him and all of his tails out, pop a blindfold on and get pinning! How close can you get? (Printer required.)
5 - 7 years
Here you'll find activities aimed at little ones aged 5 - 7 years, from making sweet treats through to playing our eggcellent Easter game.
Make a bunny ear headband
Get your little bunny hopping with excitement in their very own bunny ear headband. Simply download our template, cut out the sections, stick together et voila! Or get really creative by decorating your headband to make it your own.
If you don't have a printer the shapes are simple and can be drawn out using our template as a visual guide.
Grow Easter egg head planters
These cute little egg heads are wonderful for you to see how things grow. Follow our simple instructions and see which egg head grows the fastest or tallest!
Draw a bunny face
Create a lovely bunny face drawing with our simple guide which uses a grid to help. If you don't have a printer you can draw the grid out and follow the instructions from a screen.
Play our Eggcellent Easter Challenge
We had lots of fun coming up with our very own Easter game, with our founder and in-house board game queen, Jo, leading the way!
If you don't have a dice to hand there are lots of free apps you can use, and if you don't have a printer you could try using a tablet as long as your playing counters are soft enough.
7 - 11 years
Below are activities aimed at little ones aged 7 - 11 years, from sewing to salt dough creations.
Sew an Easter chick
This super cute chick is easy to make by following our simple instructions. We've had lots of fun making these this week to test that everything works as it should.
We'd love to see your chick creations. They can make great toys once finished as well.
Salt dough Easter eggs
These simple Easter ornaments can be hung around your house to make you smile when you spot one. You can even hang them in your window to share with anyone passing by.
Create your own story
Let your imagination run wild with our Easter story starters. Use our lucky dip to select your character, place, and item and then see where your creative juices take you.
We've provided some pages you can print out to write and draw on but if you haven't got a printer it's no problem. We've also numbered the items so you can choose them without printing them out or you can write them out.