Easter is just around the corner and you know what that means – two weeks of chocolate filled fun for both you and the kids!
If you haven’t started thinking about what to get the kids for their Easter gifts this year, we’ve got three ideas for you that are guaranteed to equal some very happy faces…
It goes without saying that for kids, is all about the chocolate! You can choose from a huge range of chocolate eggs for your kids in the shops. Whether you want one in the shape of their favourite characters, one that’s shaped like an avocado (yes, that’s a real thing!), you’ll be spoilt for choice.
Another great gift idea if you’ve got a few kids to cater for is creating an Easter basket or a hamper for your kids to share between them. In fact, beloved chocolate-makers Thorntons have ready-made ones for all you busy mums who don’t have time to put one together themselves!
A Day Out at An Easter Egg Hunt
A way to keep your kids entertained over the Easter holidays is by taking them on an Easter egg hunt. Give them a day of sugar-fuelled excitement and a chance to play with the other excited kids in one of the many Easter egg hunts that are held around the country.
For example, Cadbury’s have brought their egg hunts to over 250 National trust locations around the UK and there’s plenty of other cool ones to choose from too, including ones held in zoos or ones with a kid-friendly theme!
DIY Bath Bombs
Bath bombs aren’t really a traditional Easter gift but putting together a kit to make your own is something fun to keep the kids occupied over the Easter break.
Try making some pastel bath bombs in the shape of bunny rabbits (sticking with the Easter theme). They’re really easy to make and you can grab all of the ingredients on your next trip to the supermarket. Print out this easy tutorial and try it out with your kids this Easter. You might want to think about laminating it though – things could get messy!
If you’re looking for fun gifts for the kids and ways to keep them occupied this Easter holiday, try out our top three picks. Not only will you have happy children on the two-week break from school, you can also enjoy the left-over chocolate that they don’t finish – perfect!