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Thursday, 5 April 2018

Easter Holiday Activity Ideas for Kids.

Easter Holiday Activity Ideas for Kids
Easter is upon us which can mean only one thing: school holidays. Providing the opportunity for some quality family time, the Easter holidays can be a lot of fun – that is, as long as you’re prepared.
If you’re yet to make plans, then not to worry. Here are some fun Easter holiday activity ideas to keep your kids entertained.
Keep them Learning
School holidays are a great opportunity for your kids to unwind and relax, but as a parent, you can also use this as a time to encourage their learning. To make this fun, plan museum trips. There are loads of free museums in the UK, with many right on your doorstep, so it’s a great way to have a fun-filled and cheap day out.
Easter Egg Hunt
How can it be the Easter holidays without an Easter egg hunt? You could organise your own in your back garden – an easy way to pass a couple of hours. Or, if hiding all of those eggs sounds like too much effort, attend one of the 250 egg hunts organised by National Trust. With all the hard work already done for you, it’s an easy, fun and cheap family day out.
Build a Fort
Every child loves building a den or fort out of blankets, but with the temperatures finally picking up, it’s a perfect excuse to take this fun outside. Get as creative as you can and have an enjoyable afternoon constructing a fort with old sheets, bedding and blankets. Or, to make the fun last longer, invite their friends or introduce a dressing up box.
Join a Club
With a few weeks to fill, why not use this as an opportunity to get your kids into new activities? Clubs are a great way to do this. Providing creative outlets and helping them to learn new skills, they’re also good for making friends. There’s kids’ clubs for all interests, including chess, books, crafts, cooking, dance and drama, so there’s bound to be something your little one will love.
Try New Sports
If a club doesn’t appeal to your child, then how about a new sport? Kids love trying new things, so find local sports clubs and see what they’d enjoy. This could be football, karate, rock climbing, horse riding, roller derby or cricket. Invest in some affordable equipment – like Heelys from Skate Hut or these cheap cricket bats – to get them started.

Hopefully these fun activity ideas will help you fill your Easter holidays, and keep your kids happy!

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