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5 Easter activities for the whole family

5 påskbus & aktiviteter för hela familjen

Spring is here and with it, Easter - a time filled with color, family and above all, fun activities for the children! In this blog post, we explore Easter pranks and creative games that promise laughter and connection for the whole family.

Whether you're looking to refine your traditional Easter egg hunts or looking for new inspiring ideas to make the holiday unforgettable, there's something here for everyone. From crafts to treasure hunts, we share tips that can become new family traditions.

Get ready to welcome spring with open arms and create memorable moments together. Time for some Easter magic!

1. Gold-painted stone as an Easter egg

Paint a rock gold and hide it among the real Easter eggs. Whoever finds the "golden egg" gets an extra special surprise.

2. The egg hunt with a twist

Organize an egg hunt where each egg contains a clue to the next. The last egg leads to a "treasure" or a small gift. For added mischief, include some "stray" eggs that lead to harmless prank items or harmless challenges.

3. Easter egg rolling

Create a small track outdoors or indoors with soft materials where children can roll plastic Easter eggs. The goal may be to roll the eggs to a specific location. This is not only fun but also good for their motor skills.

 

4. The animal sounds game

Make the sounds of different Easter-related animals, such as chickens or lambs, and let the children guess which animal it is. To make it even more fun, the children can also try to imitate the sounds.

5. Egg matching

Use large plastic eggs that are split into two parts, with different colors on each part. Spread out the parts and let the children find and match the correct colors. This simple game helps develop their color recognition and problem solving skills.