Regardless of our religious or spiritual beliefs, the Easter holiday is traditionally a time of celebration, catching up with friends and family.
But if you’re struggling for things to do over Easter, be creative, there’s always fun to be had.
Here are some easy ways to inject fun into your home this Easter.
Making time to do Easter craft with children is a great way to get them excited about the arrival of the Easter bunny.
Easter egg hunt
What could be more than fun than searching for yummy hidden treats around the home? Don’t make it too easy. And remember not to hide these where pets could find the loot first. Chocolate is toxic for pets.
Colouring is hugely popular for young and old. Yes, adult colouring is really a thing. It’s relaxing and is a great way to experiment with your creativity.
Try it, it’s really fun. Print the image below, pull out the coloured pencils, textas or crayons and let those creative juices flow.
If you’re an adult and would like to try mindful colouring, here’s a list of adult books that may interest you.
Relax, enjoy and have a lovely Easter break.