Plan the Perfect Easter Morning

Hatch an egg hunt in your backyard, and watch your little bunnies scramble to fill their baskets. It'll give them an appetite for our special (yet simple) Easter breakfast.

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Good Eggs

All you need are leaves, glue, and string to try these three dyeing techniques.

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Spring Break!

Challenge the kids to classic egg-on-spoon race.

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A-Tisket, A-Tasket

A spring-inspired basket is perfect for collecting Easter bounty. Candy dots make a sweet handle.

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Bunny Pom-Pom Friend

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Orange Appeal

Mix equal amounts of OJ and carrot juice for a tasty drink that counts as a serving of veggies.

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Bread Nests

You won't hear a peep about these scrambled-egg-filled cups -- even from a picky bunny.

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Chick Pom-Pom Friend

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Name Dropper

On Easter morning, hide personalized eggs for the kids to find during the hunt.

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Easter Sundae

Bunny graham crackers ($3 to $5 per box; annies.com) add a festive touch to good-for-you layers of lemon yogurt and raspberries.

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Bunny Tales

Enjoy quiet moments with the children reading classic rabbit stories like Pat the Bunny, The Velveteen Rabbit, and The Runaway Bunny.

Originally published in the April 2010 issue of Parents magazine.

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