It is week two of the Easter School Holidays.
We are starting to get a bit bored, and my purse is a bit empty so I’ve pulled together a few links to activities to do with the kids to keep them busy which won’t cost too much either.
- Nickelodeon have a great pack of Easter colouring and activity pages, free to download and print. Most of the pages they can do on their own. The pack is 11 pages long. Nickelodeon Easter Activity Pack
- Little Paper Swans has a DIY – Make Your Own Giant Kinder Egg. I haven’t tried this yet but it’s a great idea and you can get the kids to make their own, or to make one as a gift for a friend.
- Get ‘baking’ with these Avalanche Rice Crispy Eggs, recipe by Winettes Parenting and Baking blog.
- Smurfs: The Lost Village is out in theatres and I always go on to the website’s of the latest movies and check out what activities they have for kids. There is a huge range of activities to choose from on their page , but I thought that since it’s warming up in the Northern Hemisphere, and still warm enough here in the Southern Hemisphere that these Smurf inspired Frozen Yoghurt Popsicles looked like a great idea.
- I have a Pinterest page inspired just to ‘Keeping Them Busy‘. For more ideas, go check it out and Follow to see when I add more simple and easy ideas dedicated to keeping the kids busy. The simpler, easier and cheaper the better.
- You can also check out my Baking With The Kids board for easy baking recipes that kids can join in on.
If you have any other crafts or activity ideas, please send me the links and I will happily add them to my Pinterest Board. They don’t have to be Easter themed as the board is live all year round.
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