Easter activities for toddlers. Easter is this weekend and I am excited to spend the holiday with my family. I am also excited to do a few Easter activities with my boys. I try to make the holiday fun for my boys but also not go overboard.
We are very thankful we are able to spend this holiday together this year. Last year, it was spent together via zoom and we didn’t even have a big Easter dinner. So, for this year we are doing all the things, as much as we can.
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Easter Activities for Toddlers
Dying Easter Eggs
Dying Easter eggs is always a hit with our toddlers. It is a chance for them to show their creativity by coloring the eggs. My oldest will dye all of his a shade of blue because that is his favorite color. We will see how our two-year-old does, it will be his first time dying Easter eggs. I enjoy dying eggs as much as my kids do. Plus, it is a great way to create an experience they will be talking about for months afterward.
Find Easter Eggs
After dying the Easter eggs, either allow your toddler to hide the eggs for their sibling(s) to find. Or you hide the eggs for them to find. If you are worried about hiding the hard-boiled eggs outside, maybe hide them inside your house. Or you can always buy a few plastic eggs and hide them in your yard. Perfect activity to get your toddler outside or running around finding eggs.
Each year I get my boys a little something in their Easter basket. I am a practical person, so I try to buy them things they will use throughout the year. With summer on its way I like to fill their baskets with pool necessities. I usually buy a pair of swimming trunks or two, sunglasses and flip flops. I also get them one thing of candy or maybe a small toy. You could always do bubbles or outside chalk, they are always a big hit too.
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Easter is a perfect time to bring out the pastel colors. It’s the beginning of spring and blooming flowers. The sun is starting to shine and springtime is perfect for the pinks and light blues. The boys enjoy getting dressed up in their button-down shirts and cute shoes.
Boat Shoes | Canvas Sneakers | Blue Button Down | Plaid Button Down | Chino Pants |
Spending time Outside
With the warmer weather coming, now is no better time to get outdoors. Enjoy the sunshine and get some fresh air. Easter is the perfect time to do some outdoor activities as a family and allows your kiddos to run off all that winter energy that they have built up. Need some outdoor ideas click here.
Regardless of how you spend your holiday or what you plan on doing, I hope you enjoy the warm weather and have a wonderful day.
I hope you found something to do with your toddlers this Easter holiday.
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As a mom to be, great tips 🥰
Aww, congratulations!! and thank you.
Great ideas! Easter egg hunts are SO fun!
I secretly still want them as an adult!
Great tips! Love dressing my son up in pastels
Same here. I love that they enjoy getting dressed up also!