What tips do you have for celebrating Easter with kiddos?

Here are a few thoughts to get your juices flowing:

  • Bring your egg dying activities outside—or skip the dye altogether and use stickers and chunky crayons. If your kids are ready to dial up your egg art game, try one of these tips instead!
  • Younger kids love sorting activities, so after they find all the eggs, set time aside to make a game of organizing them into groups.
  • Start a special breakfast tradition the kids can help prepare, like these super fun and super easy Easter pancakes. 
Now, it's your turn... ready go! Tell us your faves.

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Janet R.
Pick dogwood flowers and buttercups, boil eggs and color with food coloring. Celebrate the real reason of the season. Jesus died on the cross to make a way for our sins to be forgiven and made a way for us to live forever in heaven with him.
Angela L.
I don't have kids and I do not celebrate Easter because I am not a Christian. Not being a troll. Just being honest and participating.
Lori F.
No children but I try to have a nice dinner
Rachel M.
No kids and we are not religious so we don't celebrate Easter.
Angela L.
Ditto.
Von O.
Egg hunting. Eat some of those goodies afterward.
Stephanie T.
We go to church in the morning. The kids participate in an egg hunt with their Sunday School class. The rest of the day we spend at home.
Amy G.
My neighborhood has an egg hunt for the kids every year
Sandy W.
i dont have kids, however, when i was young we used to dye eggs, i like all of the new designs, stickers you can use now to design your eggs. no chicks or dyed chicks anymore.
diana t.
the egg search its a must in our family