Are you ready to have a creative Easter celebration at home? Although you’re home this year, we have put together a few ideas to hopefully put a smile on your face. So, are you ready to get creative?
With everyone at home this year, you can still enjoy some of the traditions of the holiday. Hence, watch church services through online streaming.
Since social distancing is important, families can still create an egg hunt in their own backyard.
In addition, you can have your kids participate in decorating hard-boiled eggs. All you need is eggs, water, and an egg decorating kit. When the eggs are boiled, place them somewhere secure and begin decorating. Meanwhile, this kit has everything you need to create the perfect eggs.
However, if you don’t have an egg decorating kit on hand; you can still get creative by using markers and paint.
While your kids are feeling cooped up, projects, remote learning and getting outside can keep them active while taking their mind off of things happening in the world.
In fact, Henry Perez is unrolling a video program to keep our youth active. Be sure to read our We W.I.L.L. Thru Sports Covid-19 Update post to learn more about this exciting program in the works.
Ultimately, this is a great way to discover your hidden talent. Use the pastel chalk to decorate the sidewalk outside your door. At the same time, this chalk can be used anytime, not just for Easter.
Hence, make a game – hopscotch, a maze or an obstacle course. Also, you can create sidewalk art.
With so many neighbors and elderly people nearby; surprise a neighbor. Ring their bell and leave a tasty treat for them with a note. Whether you want to leave some candy, cake or cookies; your neighbors will greatly appreciate your kindness.
Download an Easter coloring sheet for your young ones. Moreover, this is FREE. All you have to do is download any picture for your kids to decorate at Crayola.
Of course, we want everyone to enjoy the holiday. Whether you have people nearby or faraway; you can virtually connect with them through Facebook, SKYPE or Zoom.
In summary, this Easter holiday may feel different; but you can still have a creative Easter holiday by creating some new memories.