Eggcelent Ideas for Easter with Kids!

With only one week away from Easter, we know that this time of year has slipped upon you and you may be looking for some fun and unique activities to do with the kids this week whether you are their parents, grandparents, or nanny! Let’s look at some EGGCELENT ideas for Easter week!

 

 

Craft Ideas

Photo Credit: Sarah Anderson

1. Bunny and Chick Fingerprints

This adorable and easy craft is perfect on a piece of cardstock paper or on a small canvas to keep your child’s fingerprints from the year too! Once you do the fingerprints with paint, you let it dry and add details with a black permanent marker.

Photo Credit: projectswithkids.com

2. Painted Easter Egg Rocks

This is such a beautiful and fun project that would be easy for the kids of many ages to participate in. Kids can go on an outside scavenger hunt for egg-shaped rocks and then paint them all sorts of Easter colors. And then even after they dry you could hide the painted rocks to find on another scavenger hunt. Continuous fun!

3. Potato Easter Egg Stamps

Take a pantry item like potatoes and cut them in half and make a few indentations for an egg stamp. Just apply the paint to the potato and now any child, even todders, can stamp eggs onto paper to make beautiful Easter eggs.

All of these ideas and more can be found at Mod Podge Rocks!

Atlanta Area Egg Hunts Coming Up

🥚Easter Egg Hunt Extravaganza at Barrington Hall in Roswell, GA- 4/15⁠

🥚Eggstravaganza at Warbington Farms in Cumming, GA- 4/16⁠

🥚The Taste at Cumming Fairgrounds in Cumming, GA- 4/16⁠

🥚Easter Egg Hunt at Smith-Gilbert Gardens in Kennesaw, GA- 4/16⁠

🥚Hoppin’ Into Halcyon in Alpharetta, GA- 4/16⁠

🥚Easter Egg Scramble in Brookhaven, GA- 4/16⁠

🥚 Hop-a-long Easter Egg Hunt at Avalon in Alpharetta, GA-4/16

🥚Sandy Spring Artsapalooza in Sandy Springs, GA- 4/17⁠

We hope you enjoy the fun activities, crafts, and most importantly time together this Easter season. Enjoy this special time as a family and if you are a nanny, enjoy fun impromptu egg hunts and egg dying.

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