Looking for some fun ideas to entertain the family this Easter? We’ve put together some great activities that will be fun for everyone.

Easter Cards 

Get creative with cardboard, paints, glitter and anything else you feel like to create some special Easter cards to celebrate with family and friends.


Easter Food

Aren’t these cute? Customise your Easter food by making sweet bunny faces and cute chicks that the kids will love. Eggs are a tasty alternative to chocolate and make for a nice snack.


Egg Scavenger Hunt

Instead of sending them out on a random egg hunt to pillage the garden create some clever clues to lead them on a scavenger hunt where they can collect eggs on the way. The hunt will really get their brains ticking!


Easter Baking

Create some festive Easter treats for your loved ones, guests and yourself this season! Check out our sweet treat recipes here for some inspiration!

 Egg and Spoon Race

This is a classic for a reason as it’s always entertaining! Balance an egg on a dessert spoon and try to get it to the finish line without dropping the egg. Hardboil the eggs beforehand to make this game less messy as you’re best to play this one outside. Make things trickier by adding obstacles, or having competitiors carry the spoon in their mouths. 


Egg Dying

An easy and entertaining way of keeping kids busy over Easter weekend. Combine 1/2 cup of boiling water with 1 tsp of vinegar and 10 drops of food colouring in a bowl. Dip eggs in the dye for 3-5 mins and use a slotted spoon to remove. Experiment with different food colouring mixtures, dip half an egg in each colour, or paint and decorate your dip-dyed eggs. 

Cookie Decorating

Easter cookie ideas are endless! Grab some cookie cutters and colourful icing and get to work. Package up with cute ribbon and you've got yourself some thoughtful Easter gifts.

DIY Stamps

An inexpensive and fun activity using potatos, kumara or large carrots. Slice your vegetable and use a knife to cut fun shapes. Create fun Easter artworks with bunny and egg shapes. Dip your stamps into paint or a stamp pad and you'll have a great crafternoon!