Tag: Easter

  • Coloring Easter Egg Faces – Unplanned but Meaningful for Kids

    This year instead of egg on our faces, as the expression goes, we ended up coloring Easter egg faces. It wasn’t planned but was very meaningful, for us all.Coloring Easter eggs is something we do every year in one form or another. This year, we hard-cooked the eggs, got out the cups and spoons, and…

  • Two Easter Bunny Carrot Snacks Kids Can Help Make

    What do Easter bunnies eat? They eat carrots and here are two quick, easy, and nutritious Easter bunny carrot snacks kids can help make. Yummy too.  Carrots grow in a garden, in the dirt. To make a garden, open a tin of refried black beans. Using refried beans is much easier for mixing because they…

  • Ideas for Leftover Easter Chocolate

    Too hard not to keep eating chocolate bunnies and eggs? Last year, one mom shared some ideas for leftover Easter chocolate: cookies and smoothies. These were so yummy that here is that post again. ^^ Enjoy! ^^ Ideas for Cooking with Leftover Easter Treats Did the Easter Bunny leave lots of treats and now you…

  • Easter Egg Hunt for Kids and Connecting to Nature

    In different parts of the globe, there will be an Easter egg hunt for kids. An egg is basically two parts inside a shell, a white and a yolk. Looking for Easter eggs is also two parts, the fantasy of a bunny hiding decoratively colored eggs, and the reality of a rabbit, eggs, and nature…

  • Easter Bunny Paper Plate Craft & Imaginative Play

    Kids are natural scientists and amazing magicians.With this Easter Bunny paper plate craft, instead of pulling a rabbit out of a hat, they transform into one. Imagination is a very powerful form of magic. Let your child color a paper plate, using paint, crayons, or markers. Once that part is done, adult hands need to…

  • What to do with Leftover Easter Chocolate

    Ideas for Cooking with Leftover Easter Treats Did the Easter Bunny leave lots of treats and now you are wondering what to do with the leftover Easter chocolate? You can cook and bake with it! Chocolate bunnies and eggs can very easily be a special ingredient in a batch of cookies. For chocolate chip cookies…

  • More Than Just an Easter Egg Hunt

    Easter Egg Hunt For Kids and Grownups The Easter Egg Hunt is a popular tradition for kids and families in communities all across the U.S. and Canada and many other countries around the world. More than 85,000 eggs will be hiding in the massive gardens of Chateau de Vaux-le-Victome in France. Animals might be guarding…

  • Nutritious Easter Snack for Kids and Bunnies

    Today, we made a nutritious Easter snack for kids and bunnies that was quick, easy,  and really yummy with an extra ingredient of silly fun. What do bunnies eat? Carrots. Where do carrots grow? In a garden in the dirt. So we made some dirt and planted a garden of carrots. To make the dirt…

  • Ways to Color and Decorate Easter Eggs

    Young Kids Can Color and Decorate Easter Eggs One of the popular traditions at this time of year is to color and decorate Easter eggs and there are a variety of ways to do that with young children. The most important step before doing anything at all, it is to hard cook the eggs. You…

  • Easter Active Body Play and Fun

    Active Body Play is an Easter Treat for Young Bodies and Minds Easter fun for kids isn’t limited to eggs and crafts. Kids learn ‘on the go’ and when they are moving so they need to have some Easter active body play. One of the obvious ways to have some active and whole body play…