Easter egg hunts are super fun for little ones, but rather than buying a basket for them to collect their goodies in, why not get crafty and make an Easter Cone with them?
These cute Easter Bunny and Chick cones are easy peasy to make and are ideal for collecting hidden Easter treats and eggs from around the house and garden. Alternatively, you could use them as party bags, or add a hole in each side and hang them up as a hiding place for Easter eggs!
How to Assemble
- Download a printable PDFs and print your Easter characters on thin card or paper: toddle.club/eastercones
- Cut carefully around the edge then fold and score the tab.
- Fold and stick the tab to the opposite side to form a cone. You can use sticky tape to do this so it is ready to decorate immediately.
- Let your little ones loose with some pens, coloured stickers, felt shapes and pipe cleaners to make the faces of your chick and bunny and make them unique.
- The cones are now ready to be filled with little treats from the Easter egg hunt!
From Egg Hunts to Easter Craft Workshops, the fun to be had with your Children this holiday is endless.
Shake off those Wintry Blues, enjoy the Spring Sunshine and make the most of the Easter Holidays with with these fun activities and great days out.
Wicky’s Easter Trail at Wicksteed Park
Thursday 29th March – Sunday 15th April: 10.30am – 4.30pm.
Wicky Bear has been very mischievous and he has hidden some huge Easter shapes in the Park and he wants all the boys and girls to help him find them! Entry is £3 per child and every entry receives an Easter gift (car parking charges applies).
Barton Road, Kettering, Northamptonshire, NN15 6NJ. 01536 512475. www.wicksteedpark.org
Begin with writing down a word on a piece of paper.
The Easter Egg Hunt is an annual tradition for many families – our children look forward to it almost as much as Christmas! But keeping it fresh each year can be a challenge, so here’s a great egg hunt idea that is not only fun, but also helps with learning to read (a bit!)
You’ll just need a few simple items:
1) Start by writing down a word(s) on a piece of paper – tailor the difficulty level to your child. Use a different colour for each letter and space each letter out as you will be cutting them out in a moment. Do this twice, so you have two pieces of paper that look the same.
You might use the words for your prize (e.g. ‘Easter Egg’), or you could choose a word or letters that achieve a particular learning objective such as teaching the vowels, or two-letter words. Continue reading