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March Week 4 Easter 2021

5 egg-ceedingly (sorry!) good ways to keep all ages entertained this Easter:

 

1. Oh hello, Origami bunny 
No scary scissors, just a pack of ‘need-to-concentrate-super-hard’ instructions on how to make a set of Origami animals. Cue hours of folding fun. 

https://www.origamiway.com/easy-origami-animals-for-kids.shtml
 

2. Jelly Bean Guess Who?
Here's an exceptionally tasty game. Guess the flavour of your fancy jelly beans for points. Pit the kiddos one against the other for more intensity. May the battle c… ooh, tutti frutti?

https://www.scienceworld.ca/resource/beanboozled-challenge/

 

3. Serious egg painting 
No yolk. All the info you need and plenty of designs to inspire painting eggs for hours (and hours, we hope…).  

https://whatmomslove.com/kids/easter-egg-decorating-ideas-for-kids  

 

4. The Great Chocolate Trail 
The biggest and best egg hunt ever – make it tough, make it long and make it utterly engrossing with these great tips. Added bonus: tired-out kids go to bed nice ‘n’ early.

https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/holidays/easter-ideas/g4151/easter-egg-hunt-ideas/
 

5. How does your garden grow?
Enlist your budding little gardeners to bed in some daffs and plant a few poppies. It’ll add a touch of sunshine to their day for an hour or two - even if it’s (most likely) raining.

https://www.gardenersworld.com/how-to/grow-plants/10-gardening-projects-for-kids/

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