Easter is just 4 days away. Whether or not you have begun planning for the day, consider the steps you can take to make this a special holiday for you, your family, and your community. Each day this week, I’ll suggest an area of planning for Easter and list tasks and reminders to keep you on track. We’ve already covered creating your Grand Plan for Easter and making a plan for your Easter dinner.
Crafts Crafts are such a great activity. They make a good a crowd-pleaser (gives kids something to do). They are a creative outlet for kids and adults alike. And they make some terrific low-cost decorations for the holiday. For inspiration, be sure to check out our Easter Board.
Baskets Creating an Easter basket for a friend or family member is an Easter tradition. Be on the lookout for fun things to go in the baskets. Consider a theme and buy or make items that go with that theme. (e.g. this beach-themed Easter basket)
Egg Hunts Look at your church or community calendar for an egg hunt near you. Or, gather a few plastic eggs and a few goodies to put in the eggs and host your own egg hunt.
Easter Eggs Whether you enjoy dyeing eggs the traditional way or you are looking for some cool and unusual ways to decorate your eggs this Easter, find some time to do this traditional activity with the kids (ages 0 to 92) in your life.
What Easter activities are traditional in your home? What activities do you have planned for this year?