5 Last-Minute Easter Activities for Kids

Are you looking for quick and easy last-minute Easter activities to do with your kids? Celebrating the holiday doesn’t have to be expensive or take a lot of prep time!

5 Last-Minute Easter Activities for Kids

We’ve gathered some fun ideas that will help keep your children entertained without breaking the bank. Whether they love getting messy with craft projects or would rather focus on an educational activity, we’ve got something to suit every family’s needs. So grab your craft supplies and get ready for plenty of Easter fun!

Easter Cards

Give each child a blank card and some colorful markers or crayons, and let them get creative!

Easter is such a fun time of year, and creating unique cards can be a great way for children to get creative and really showcase their personalities. With some blank cards and colorful markers or crayons, kids can explore their imagination, practice drawing and writing, and come up with truly amazing designs.

Whether they want to draw some cute bunnies or add some brightly colored flowers, the possibilities are endless!

Not only is it a great way to bond with your kids and get creative together, but the finished products will also make your loved ones feel extra special this Easter season.

And all of that writing and drawing is a great way to sneak in some homeschool learning!

Easter Egg Hunt

Hide eggs around the yard or house filled with treats, and have the kids search for them.

There’s nothing quite like watching your little ones excitedly search for hidden treasures around the house or yard. This year, it’s all about keeping things simple yet fun, and an Easter egg hunt is a sure bet.

Hide colorful plastic eggs filled with yummy treats in unexpected places and watch their eyes light up as they find them. The anticipation and thrill of the hunt is a memory that they will carry with them for years to come.

Some of the things that we have put in our egg hunt eggs over the years include animal crackers, jelly beans, Starbursts, coins, and Goldfish crackers.

Egg Decorating

Grab some hard-boiled eggs, paint, dye, and other craft materials to create some colorful Easter eggs!

When it comes to decorating eggs, you can let your imagination run wild with different patterns and colors or even add fun embellishments, like stickers or glitter.

And the best part? Egg decorating is a great activity for the whole family to enjoy together. We snap pictures of our egg-dying antics every year, and they always make us smile!

So, gather your loved ones, put on some music, and make some memories while you create some beautiful Easter eggs.

Make an Easter Banner

Download and print out the fun Easter banner and use it to decorate the house for the Easter Bunny’s arrival.

A couple of years ago we created an Easter banner to decorate the house and it was the perfect addition to out Easter décor!

You can download and print out a copy of the banner HERE, then get to work putting it up around your house.

Not only will it get you in the spirit, but it will also let the Easter Bunny know that your house is ready for his arrival.

You can decorate it with bright colors or muted tones – whatever works best for your home’s decor! So, grab your scissors and tape, and let’s get ready to celebrate Easter in style!

Easter Bunny Paper Plate Mask

Cut out bunny face shapes from construction paper and paper plates and help your kids assemble their own Easter masks.

Try making Easter Bunny paper plate masks this week! All you need are some cotton balls, construction paper, and paper plates to cut out the bunny’s face shapes. Help your little ones assemble their own Easter masks with some tape, glue, and staples.

It’s a great way to get the family together and create some memories while being creative. Your kids will love showing off their bunny masks to their friends and family, and it’s the perfect way to get into the holiday spirit.

Easter Activities That Don’t Break the Bank

Easter is a great time to bond with your children and have some low-cost fun. From the cards to the egg hunts, each of these activities can be adapted to fit any family dynamic. And don’t forget about having them assemble an Easter bunny mask! Give your kids the freedom to get creative and wild with their designs – it’ll surely make for a memorable holiday!

With these last-minute activities and crafts that don’t cost a lot, you can bring your family closer together while still staying within budget. Enjoy the holidays with your family and have a Happy Easter!

Brandi Jordan

About the author

Brandi Jordan is a former classroom teacher turned homeschooler. She's also a certified youth and adult yoga instructor, personal trainer, and youth exercise specialist. When not creating things for her sites, she can be found hanging out with her three kids, hubby, and a menagerie of pets.

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