what are you doing for easter?
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Lisa - posted on 03/17/2013
Your daughter is now young enough to understand the significance of celebrations. So let her get into the festive mood by involving her in your Easter preparations. Sit with her on weekends and teach her some Easter crafts. This will increase her excitement for Easter along with boosting her creativity. Involve her in helping you decorate cookies, set up the table, and dye the eggs. Read her the Easter story book for a couple of days so that she knows what the celebration are all about. She might not understand all of them but at least she will remember all these till next year. Here are some Easter crafts that are meant for very young kids probably as old as your child. Hope this helps.
Sara - posted on 04/09/2011
all of that sounds fun. were gonna stay home and hunt for eggs, the day before well dye eggs and do all that fun stuff. im making her a goody basket with a few treats in it, bubble wands and what ever else i can find that she dont need. lol
Cat - posted on 04/09/2011
hi were going to do some painting i usually draw some hand sized pics and my son paints them then later we/ i cut them and stick them to the windows, an egg hunt around the house with clues, ill say the next one is where we have dinner etc and I put little treats inside he loves raisins/ popcorn,some easter hat decorating, yes hes a boy and my husand thinks it a girls thing but my son loves it, mask making, bunny or a chicks face cotton wool for the fur/ears and maybe a film, dont know if the new film 'hop' is out where you are, my sons almost 4 and loved it when we went to watch it a week ago,or a film at home,and I make popcorn which he loves, happy easter :)
Amanda - posted on 03/07/2011
Our church holds a big egg hunt, so I take her to that. Also, we dye eggs together (she likes to choose which colors I dip the egg in) and I usually spend the ENTIRE afternoon with her the day before Easter having egg hunts in our yard. I don't give much candy either, mostly things like bubbles, colors, etc.
Laura - posted on 03/05/2011
We've always done the hidden egg thing in our home for our daughter. She has a basket that usually contains a new outfit for spring, books, etc. The eggs are filled with treats--these treats don't have to be candy--and then left around the living room. This was a fun activity without the competition of other kids!
You can also take advantage of public Easter egg hunts in your community. Many organizations, churches in particular, host open events. Check to see what might be in your area! Hope this helps and good luck!
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