What to do on Easter Sunday?
At the heart of an extra long weekend, Easter Sunday is the ideal time to relax and enjoy yourself after the pre-Easter build up.
With a bank holiday on either side, the Sunday at the centre of Easter weekend is one of the few days in the year when we have the luxury of extra time to get ourselves sorted in advance and a day afterwards to get ready for the working week again. So we’ve plotted out a few ways to make the most of this brilliant opportunity to savour the feelgood factor of spring.
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10 things to do on Easter Sunday
If you're looking for something to do on Easter Sunday, we've got you covered! From family-friendly activities to ways to celebrate the holiday spirit, we've compiled a list of 10 things that will help make your day special. Whether you're looking to relax at home or get out and explore, we've got something for everyone. Happy Easter!
What to do on Easter Sunday morning with the kids?
Even a big Easter lunch won’t require the hours of prep you needed for dinner at Christmas, so get out of the kitchen and join an Easter Egg hunt with your children.
1. Why not check out our SuperSavvy Easter Hunt ideas to suit children of all ages? Easter egg hunting is a fun family tradition that can be made even more enjoyable with these few simple tweaks.
Don't forget to wash the kids' clothes afterwards - nobody likes finding chocolate smears on their Easter Sunday best! A little Fairy Non Bio Washing Powder for Sensitive Skin will have them looking good as new in no time. So get creative this Easter with the ultimate egg hunt.
2. Keep the spring fun going indoors as well as out. Keep little ones busy with our Easter Crafts with Children including decorated boiled eggs and basket making.
There are so many fun and easy recipes that they can help with, from decorating Easter eggs to making cookies in the shape of bunnies. And what could be more satisfying than watching your children enjoy the fruits of their labor? Here are some things to make at Easter with your kids.
3. Why not continue the fun into Monday with our ideas for 5 ways to max your bank holiday downtime?
Easter Monday is a time of celebration, tightening family bonds, and playing with kids. For kids, it's a chance to play with their new Easter toys and indulge in some extra sweet treats while for adults, it may involve a leisurely brunch or an afternoon spent outdoors.
Celebrate lunch with the family
If you’re entertaining, relax! Get the kids to mix a fizzy pop mocktail to hand out to guests in dainty glasses as a fun pre-lunch welcome.
4. If you want to make a traditional roast lamb lunch, here are our easy Easter dinner recipes. We’ve also got recipes for Sweet Easter treats – from chocolate nests to Simnel cake. Thanks to the Fairy Platinum Plus Deep Clean Dishwasher Tablets, washing dishes after a big meal is a breeze. You just pop one in your dishwasher and let it do its job. No pre-rinsing or scrubbing required.
5. Alternatively, skip the cooking and go out for lunch. Why not find a good park cafe to eat at? More informal and cheaper than booking a table at a restaurant, park cafes also have more space for toddlers and cousins to run around while the grown-ups chat over a leisurely meal.
Afternoon spring walk
Whether you’ve eaten at home or out, use the bright April afternoon to stretch those legs and walk off your roast.
6. If you want to try an adventurous or scenic walk, we’ve got lots of wonderful ideas for routes all over Britain in our feature Weekend walks. Walking is a great way to get your heart rate up and get some cardio in, without putting too much strain on your joints! Plus, it’s a great way to get some vitamin D in.
It’ll help you find somewhere to go that’s local to you, with walks for all abilities and energy levels.
7. If it’s rainy, you can still have fun together with our suggestions for games and other ways to amuse the family in the article Indoor activities for kids.
Easter party with friends
You don’t have to get up for work or school tomorrow morning so why not throw an Easter party?
8. Keep arrangements hassle-free with our tips to Make a party buffet in 60 minutes.
9. Or you could arrange a get-together that’s cheap but fun – get your mates to bring dishes or turn your party into a themed event, perhaps?
10. If the weather is beautiful, why not take advantage of it by throwing a garden party? It's the perfect opportunity to get together with friends and family and enjoy the springtime.
Don’t forget, Easter Monday is still to come...
So go ahead, and continue the fun into Monday with 5 ways to max your bank holiday downtime!