Best Parenting Tips for Easter

With flowers blossoming, days growing longer, and birds chirping, spring is finally here, and so is Easter. If you are a parent and looking for ways to make this Easter an exciting day for your preschooler, we have got you covered.

Best Fun Activities for Preschoolers on Easter

Check out this collection of indoor and outdoor games and activities for kids of all ages to enjoy as part of your Easter celebration:

Jelly Bean Guessing Games

Here's a simple indoor game for people of all ages! Fill a jar with jelly beans and have each household member predict how many candies are in it. The winner (the closest without going over) gets everything! Another jelly bean-themed game has players guessing the proper flavor of luxury jelly beans they eat.

Easter Bingo

Who doesn't like a good game of bingo? There are many free printable Easter bingo cards available online, and players may mark the squares they get throughout the game with delicious jelly beans and other sweet Easter treats. Finally, provide a variety of rewards that small children, older children, and adults will all enjoy!

Easter Bunny Corn Hole

This traditional outdoor game has been played since the 14th century! Why not make it extra special this year by making corn hole boards in the shape of a bunny? Make a DIY hungry rabbit out of cardboard, markers, and scissors for your bean bag throw game! To guarantee that he gets his fill, cutouts can be placed where his mouth and belly are.

Easter Egg Charades

A game of charades is another great way to get the whole family interested. Place the suggestions in Easter eggs and have each participant act out the word or phrase. Just remember to keep things simple for the preschoolers. You may act out words and phrases like a bunny, duckling, carrots, chick, prayer, and Easter egg hunt!

Plant Flowers

Easter represents rebirth, so what better time to get your budding gardener to plant some tulips and daffodils? Although most countries plant bulbs in the fall, you may plant them indoors at any time of year or buy flowers that are already in bloom and transfer them outdoors on Easter.

Finally, as a parent, you understand what is best for your family. Make the most of the opportunity to have fun with your kids during this holiday.

If you are looking fun learning environment for your child, enroll them with us. At First School, we foster confidence and love for learning while developing your child’s social skills! If you want to learn more about First School, please reach out for a tour and visit.

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Dorothy Hastings

Dorothy Hastings is the Director of First School, which are three preschool and child care centers located throughout Southern California. First School provides a hands-on approach to preschool education and Child Care Programs that emphasizes all around child development. In addition to their intuitive academic approach, First School also focuses on developing a child's social skills and self-confidence, which is made possible in their intimate learning atmosphere.

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