Set Up an Easter Egg Hunt
Use these clues to set up an Easter Egg Hunt in your house.
Utility Room and Kitchen
With this clue, you’ll have to follow your nose, where does mummy/daddy put all your stinky clothes? (Laundry basket)
In this place it’s very cold, “Close the door properly!!” you’re always being told. (Freezer)
Find me in the kitchen, I’m a big cold white appliance. (Fridge)
I have a sound that goes beep, and my main function is to heat. (Microwave)
I take your clothes for quite a spin, but first, they get wet. That’s how I begin. (Washing machine)
In here, Mummy/Daddy puts her/his toes, take a big breathe though and cover your nose! (Shoes/slippers)
Where do you go when it’s time for sleep? Take a look here, there’s some treats to keep. (Bed)
You put this on when you’re cold, ‘Fasten it up properly” you’re always being told. (Coat)
In this place you’ll find hundreds of pages, reading them all would take you ages! (Book shelves)
Find me when you need to know how to spell a word. (Dictionary – Book shelves)
In this place, it’s very wet, it’s where you and the ducks very first met. (Bath)
I rain on you when you need a scrub, I’m very much like my friend the tub. (Shower)
In this place we’re supposed to wipe our feet, open the door to see who to greet. (Front door)
This is where you eat your dinner, find the hidden clue and you’re the winner! (Dining table)
I have hands but no arms, just a face and my hands move at a steady pace. (Clock)
I have four legs, but I don’t have feet, I come in handy when it is time to eat (Chair)
Bunny Corner Bookmark
These corner bookmarks are an adorable addition to any reading collection. They are simple origami paper crafts, and you can add a creative touch to your bookmark. Creating a cute bunny bookmark is a great craft to suit an animal, Easter, or spring theme! Or you can make this adorable craft just for fun!
We have included instructions for creating a corner bookmark from scratch below, as well as templates versions for an easier craft.
Tin Foil Easter Egg Art
This tin foil Easter egg art is vibrant and colourful and it’s a great opportunity for children to let their creativity shine by creating a unique design on their egg.
If you are looking for a simple and fun Easter art activity, this is it!
Check out the link below:
Easy Paper Easter Wreath
This paper Easter wreath is easy enough for kids of all ages to make.
How cute will this wreath look for Easter! We love the bright and cheery colours and patterns! You can’t help but be happy when surrounded by the colours of spring.
Things you will need:
- Paper plate
- Spring and Easter themed/coloured paper
- Glue or glue dots
- Oval cookie cutter
What to do:
1. Cut the inner portion from the paper plate, so that your have the outer portion intact.
2. If your paper has a design on it, turn it over and trace the cookie cutter onto the paper for a template.
3. Cut the eggs from the paper and glue onto the back of the paper plate wreath.
4. Cut a piece of ribbon, make a bow, use glue or a glue dot, and attach to the top of the wreath.
5. Display somewhere where it will be seen - to make people smile!
Hey I love a hot cross bun at Easter - does your family too? Do they like the traditional ones or the different flavoured ones?
Now you could dazzle your family with some science too as I know you all love science at GBP. Why not make your own butter to go with your hot cross buns?? Check out the link above and it will take you through what to do as well as tell you all about the science of making butter. It is fascinating and you could teach your wider family and friends!. Now the narrator of the video is making butter for her scones but hey, you can use the butter you make for your hot cross buns instead!
Celebrate Easter with these cute rabbit pancakes – a fun and healthy breakfast treat for kids.
Check the link below to find out how to make them: