Fun Easter activities to do at home with the kids

If you’re looking to make this Easter extra egg-citing for your little ones, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got a basket full of fun activities to keep your kiddos entertained and hopping with joy this Easter and all through the school holidays.

Published 19/03/24 by Amy Blanchard

Fun Easter activities to do at home with the kids

Egg rolling

//images.ctfassets.net/l6vo76cztcax/3Yy6sNtKsP84ZGY6YIExbz/b499bcc98ab5cbcb3acc8fbe97973317/Blog_entry_images__3_.pngForget the traditional Easter egg hunts for a second and roll with this traditional idea instead. Egg rolling is a timeless Easter tradition that’s different from culture to culture and family to family. It’s equal parts fun and exhausting for kids – burning some of that Easter energy nice and quickly. Simply boil up a bunch of eggs, have fun decorating them, then pack them up and take them somewhere that has a hill. From the top of the hill, take turns rolling the eggs down. The egg that travels the furthest, wins! Here’s where the tiring bit comes in – send the kids racing down the hill to collect the eggs and see who can make it back to the top first. Aaaannnd… repeat! 

Do the bunny hop

It’s time to shake their bunny tails! Over on the mytonies app, the Easter bunny is holding a dance party and your little movers are aaaall invited. Assign the free Bunny Hop song onto their Creative-Tonie and then pop it on the Toniebox. They’ll soon be following along with their fun new dance moves and we’re sure it’ll give the whole family – no matter their age – a hare-raising good time!

DIY Easter eggs

We all know there’s nothing better than nabbing the biggest egg come Easter morning, especially when it’s filled with a Tonie-tastic surprise! This Easter, we’ve teamed up with our amazingly crafty friend @howweplayed2day to create a reusable, eco-friendly fabric egg that can refilled year on year with chocolate or a Tonie inside! It’s an easy craft, and you probably have the bits and bobs lying around the house.

Make some bunny and chick creations

@howweplayed2day

@howweplayed2day
Transform upcycled supplies like cardboard tubes from toilet paper or kitchen towel into cute little bunnies and chicks. Use colourful napkins or paper for clothes (and the chick’s nose), the cardboard tubes for the bodies and card for bunny ears. You can then draw on some faces with black and pink paint or pens.

Egg decorating

Gather up some hard-boiled, plastic, or even wooden eggs and turn them into something egg-stra special! Lay out some paints, pens and washi tape for your arts and crafters to choose from. And the fun doesn’t stop there, we’ve got the funniest soundtrack for your family egg decorating sessions - it’s called Eggcellent Yolks and it can be found in the mytonies app. Assign this free audio onto their Creative-Tonie, and get ready to giggle along to this comedy stand-up show, stuffed full of Easter jokes and puns.

Creative-Tonie Easter egg hunt

And last but not least, it’s time for a classic - the Easter egg hunt! But we’re not talking about your average hunt, we’re making it super fun with the Easter Egg Hunt Song on the mytonies app. All you have to do is assign the free song onto their Creative-Tonie and hide some Easter eggs all over the house or garden. Little bunnies can then listen along to their Toniebox to see how many eggs they can find before the song finishes. The race is on! 

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About Amy Blanchard

Amy Blanchard
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Amy’s favourite Tonie is Matilda. From a very young age, she was utterly obsessed with Matilda. She watched and read it so many times that she practically had the whole script memorised. As she grew older, she remained just like Matilda, a bookworm, a trickster, and a dreamer!