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Fun Easter Ideas for Kids

Fun Easter Ideas for Kids

Easter is such a fun time of year for kids isn't it?

There are so many cute things you can make, bake and do to create beautiful memories with the family over the holidays.

It's not all about the chocolate either! Check out our favourite fun Easter ideas for kids. 

Easter Bunny Baskets and Stampies

Easter Egg Hunt

Go on an Easter egg hunt with these gorgeous silicone bunny baskets and then make biscuits or have fun with play dough with our Easter stampies

Easter Bunny Pancakes


Make these super cute Easter Bunny Pancake! They are so easy to do and an inexpensive treat for the kids. 

Easter Bunny Pancakes Recipe

Sun Jellies Easter Baskets


The Sun Jellies Baskets make gorgeous Easter baskets that you can reuse over and over again for all sorts of things! They come in heaps of beautiful colours so you can even colour co-ordinate. 

Get Sun Jellies Baskets here

No Sew Sock Bunny


Now you know what to do with all those pairs of socks missing their other half! We love a craft that is super easy and doesn't make a mess. 

This cute bunny is made from a sock and doesn't require any sewing. Such a fun activity for the Easter school holidays. Get the kids to make a whole bunny family and encourage creative play!

Find out how to make the sock bunny here



Easter baking is easy with a Poddie!! The Freeze and Bake Poddies from We Might Be Tiny come in a silicone tray of 9 or 20 with fun animal shapes including bunnies.

You can cook hot cross buns or muffins in them or use as chocolate and snack moulds. 

Many kids have allergies and special dietary requirements these days so Easter goodies made at home are a great solution. The Poddies are freezer, oven, microwave and dishwasher safe. 

Try this super healthy recipe from We Might Be Tiny that uses the Mini Poddies!

Date and Chocolate Bunnies

  • 160 g (2 cups) cocoa butter
  • 125 ml (1/2 cup) maple syrup/honey
  • 1 vanilla pod
  • 120 g (1 1/3 cup) raw chocolate powder
  • 60 g (1/2 cup) buckwheat kernels
  • 125 ml (1/2 cup) almond butter
  • 10 dates, chopped into fine pieces

Place a pan with about 3 centimetres of water on a stove. Place cacao butter into a heatproof bowl and set bowl in the water. Bring water to a simmer, then turn off heat, and allow butter to sit until completely melted.

Stir frequently and add sweetener (honey/ maple syrup) and a scrape of a vanilla pod. Remove from heat. Using a food thermometer, stir in raw chocolate powder at approximately 55 C.

Chocolate is very delicate and can become lumpy and grainy if overheated. Avoid all contact with water as the chocolate will seize. Pour a small amount of chocolate into each Mini Poddie.

Place in a few pieces of chopped date, a dollop of almond butter, and a sprinkle of buckwheat kernels, before topping with more melted chocolate. Place in refrigerator for a minimum of 4 hours.

Remove from Mini Poddies tray and store in an airtight container in the refrigerator.

Shop Poddies here.

Bunny Fruit Platter


Just to offset some of the chocolate at Easter, how about a cute bunny made from just fruit? It's easy to do and looks impressive for entertaining too. 

Find out how to make it here

How to dye easter eggs


There are some easy ways to dye eggs for a fun activity with the kids. 

Get the tutorials here

Easter Colouring Pages

Easter Colouring In 

With thanks to our friends at OB Designs, we have some FREE Easter colouring pages you can download, print out and keep the kids busy!

Download them here

Easter Bunny Headband Bonnet Craft


These fun headbands are so easy to make from cardboard and a few crafty bits and pieces. Another great activity for the school holidays or a quick and easy option for the Easter Bonnet Parade.

Find out how to make them here

Scrunch Watering Can Easter basket


The Scrunch Kids watering cans and buckets make cute Easter baskets and gift idea all in one. They come in so many gorgeous colours too!

Shop Scrunch Kids here

Chocolate Bunny Tails Recipe


This recipe could not be easier. Just melt some white chocolate, dip in some marshmallows and roll in coconut and you have bunny tails! 

These can make a great gift - pop in a jar with a pretty ribbon.   

Find out how to make them here

 Fun Easter Ideas for Kids

IDEAS FOR EASTER BASKETS (that aren't chocolate!)



Happy Easter everyone! Have a lovely time with your family. 


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