How To Make Easter Special For Your Kids This Year

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The truth is, Christmas was probably a little different this year for your family (thanks to the pandemic), and Easter will most likely follow suit.

As a parent, you naturally want to ensure that your children have the best experiences possible, but in the middle of a pandemic that becomes a little more complex, doesn’t it? There’s a lot more to think about than ever before - you cannot just rely on the usual activities being available. You have to take the time to get creative and think about what you can do to make celebrations like Easter special.

You might be wondering how you can ensure that you give your children a fun and memorable Easter this year and what steps you need to take to prepare.

To help you to plan the most amazing Easter celebration for your family this year, below are a few tips, suggestions and ideas to try.

Get Dressed Up

When it comes to celebrating Easter with the little ones, it’s nice to make an event out of the day. It might not be as exciting as Christmas, but it can still be just as fun and memorable. It’s just a case of taking the time to think about how to make it memorable. A great step to take is to make sure that everyone gets dressed up to celebrate, this could either mean wearing a fancy dress, donning a bunny outfit, or buying an Easter Bunny shirt toddler, child or teen size for each family member.

Host an Easter Egg Hunt

It’s not Easter without an Easter egg hunt, is it? If you want to ensure that this Easter is as memorable as possible for your little ones, it’s important that you plan a fantastic Easter Egg hunt. This could either be held inside your house, garden, or backyard. To make it even more special, you could consider adding clues for your little ones to help make sure that the hunt is as exciting as possible.

Get Creative with Arts and Crafts

Another way to make Easter fun and memorable is to get busy with arts and crafts. This is something that you can opt to do leading up to Easter, or even on Easter day. If you’re in need of a few ideas and pieces of inspiration for Easter craft ideas, look to resources like Pinterest. This is a great tool to start with and you can browse lots of fantastic ideas. You can even use graphics like these pretty butterfly clipart designs to make your crafts even more special. There are a ton of options to choose from.

There you have it, a simple guide for a few ways that you can ensure that Easter is just as special for your kids this year, despite the current situation.


  1. We love Easter! We usually always spend it at our home so it won't be any different this year! Thanks for the fun tips!

  2. Lots of good ideals. Last year the seniors didn't go to Easter dinner. But thankfully this year all the senior grandparents, etc have got the SHOT!