We are sharing Easter Activities you can do from home… just Easter is going to be very different this year doesn’t mean that it won’t be just as great as years past. Many states are under “stay in place orders” throughout spring, which means families will not be gathering for dinners, churches will not be hosting services, and community Easter Egg hunts will not be taking place. We must prepare for Easter in our homes.
That’s ok – we’ve shared Easter Activities in the past, but today we have a list that is just for Easter activities that can be done from home!
Easter Activities at Home
Undoubtedly we will be tuning into our church service on Easter morning. We will still cook a ham, followed by a few days of leftovers. We will hide Easter eggs in our backyard for the kids to chase down, just like we do every Easter morning.
Some things will never change, but with everyone being home this year, it’s important to remember to bring joy into your home. Laughter & smiles on those little faces is a sure way to do it. 😉
I hope that you love these special Easter activities as much as we are enjoying them.
Easter Activities to do on Easter Morning!
I scoured Easter resources to bring you the very best stay-at-home Easter Ideas that I could find! I am not really a "Crafty" person, in general, but I do love fun activities and so do our kids. It's about the time spent together more than the activity itself.
These ideas are ones that you can execute with limited materials and energy. While there is endless inspiration out there, I think these will make our Easter at home exceptional!
Since many of us can't run to the store to buy Easter Egg Dying Kits right now, this is a fantastic solution! I have everything I need already in my pantry for this creative take on Easter Eggs. Bonus, my two year old will be able to jump right into the fun!
"In Germany and Austria, it's customary to celebrate Easter by hanging hollow eggs from the branches of trees. This year, bring the tradition indoors by creating a unique display for your blown and decorated eggs"
Basically, I’m taking Easter and turning it into Christmas. What else can we put on a spring spin? The kids are going to love this project. And I can get all the supplies in a quick online grocery order. This might be a fun project to do a few days after Easter when you are ready to use up all that extra candy!
This craft needs very little supplies which is extra helpful right now. We already have store-bought pom makers to make this craft easy. If you don’t like her hand tying method you can always use this cardboard method for making poms.
This has been on my list for several years, and we always get so busy. Now with the time I am sending the kids out to scavenge in nature for all the elements for their resurrection gardens. These are so beautiful and can make a great centerpiece for Easter dinner.
I’m Becky, a former elementary school teacher turned certified child development therapist and blogger. I work at home with my husband and together we are raising (and partially homeschooling) our four children in the Carolinas. I love diet coke, ice cream, and spending time with my family.