From coloring eggs and decorating Easter baskets to early morning egg hunts and special chruch services, Easter is even more fun with kids. Here are lots of great ideas to make this a happy Easter for every member of the family.
Turn plain plastic eggs into something special -- a craft, a game, or a decoration -- with a few simple supplies and a bit of imagination.
Simple ways to turn dyed, hard-boiled, and plastic eggs into something extra special.
Looking for a fun Easter craft? Raid your pantry, craft closet, and sock drawer to make our cute Easter projects.
Tired of sugar-crazed kids who've had more jelly beans, marshmallow chicks, and chocolate bunnies on Easter than they should have in a month? Instead of loading up their Easter baskets with tempting treats, fill them with fun and creativity. These inventive ideas came from some of our favorite bloggers. With these engaging baskets, your kids (almost) won't miss the candy.
Want to stave off your kids' sugar meltdown from all that Easter candy? Try these Easter snack ideas that include natural ingredients and healthy nutrients to keep them from crashing.
Help your child create loveable sock bunnies this holiday.
Calling all cottontails! Get a jump on Easter fun with these adorable crafts, treats, and egg-decorating ideas.
We've hatched a plan for one hoppin' egg-decorating party! Get ready to see your kids' most creative (and silliest!) eggs ever...
Add some Easter love to the kids' lunch boxes by creating rabbit shapes with a cookie cutter from slices of white and wheat breads. On the side, serve mini versions of bunny's fave food.
Each base for these felt totes is a common household container (we made ours with ice-cream and pretzel cartons). Covered in fuzzy felt, they make adorable Easter totes.
Searching for a good time with your kids has never been so easy! Just print a few pages and you're ready to track down an afternoon of fun.
Learn how to make Easter egg chicks that look so real they practically peep!
Instructions for making a cute Easter snack from a hard-boiled egg and pickled beet juice.
We've hatched some creative ideas for decorating this year, and the best part? They're as easy as they are beautiful.
Give the little guy a hand (or um, paw?) this year with these ideas that will delight your kiddos.
Make wow-worthy Easter eggs this year with our clever (and easy!) dying techniques.
Make sweet and simple Easter eggs this year with our darling dye-free decorating techniques.
The bunny has delivered his treats, but the fun isn't over. While the adults are enjoying an Easter brunch, let the kids have a playful tea party. Decorate with cute crafts and serve easy foods for the most fun springtime fete ever.
Have a plateful of ham leftover from your holiday meal? Lucky you! Repurpose it into one of these crowd-pleasing breakfasts, lunches, snacks, or dinners. These recipes are so easy, they just might tempt you to make a whole ham more often.
Get hoppy! Celebrate the holiday with festive food and frills, easy egg-decorating projects, and an all-ages hunt that'll delight every little bunny in your clan.
Raid your recycling bin for everything you need to make these spring crafts with your kids.
Spruce up your tot's holiday basket with these cute crafts.
Drizzle on some rubber cement to create eye-catching Easter eggs.
For a healthier Easter treat, make these Banana Bunny Pops. Kids will love dipping the banana pieces in melted blue chocolate and adding candy eyes and noses.
Directions for making a string Easter egg with an adorable pom-pom chick inside.