5 Ways to Celebrate Easter with Children

Spring has just begun, flowers are starting to bloom, and we may start to wonder how we should celebrate Easter with children.
5 Ways to Celebrate Easter with Children

Last update: 27 March, 2019

When it comes to finding ways to celebrate Easter with children, it’s important to keep in mind that this time of year doesn’t mean the same for everyone. You might be a believer or not.

Many people decide to stay home, while others prefer to enjoy local festivities. Some prefer to go to the nearest town, and others decide to go to the beach or a foreign country.

If you’re the kind of person who prefers a more traditional plan, not to worry. In this article, we’re going to show you different ways to celebrate Easter with children.

Have a look at the options on this list and choose the one you think you and your children would enjoy the most!

“A child can teach an adult three things: to be happy for no reason, to always be busy with something, and to know how to demand with all his might that which he desires.”

Paulo Coelho

5 Ways to celebrate Easter with children

5 Ways to Celebrate Easter with Children

1. Going to religious services and/or parades

If you and your children are believers, going to an Easter service might be a great option. Many cities also hold Easter Day parades which can be fun for the whole family.

Whether you’re religious or not, we must remember that tolerance, respect, and love should always be within us

2. Going to the countryside

If the weather’s nice where you live during Easter, you’re in luck! Don’t think about it too much and take your kids out to the countryside.

In fact, there’s no better time for you and your kids to explore and be in contact with nature and your own emotions. Even if it rains while you’re there, just take out your umbrella and explore anyway!

Your kids will have so much fun: they’ll run around, fall to the floor, and breathe in fresh air. We’re sometimes so used to our lives in the city, that we forget about the beauty that nature offers.

However, be careful! If the place is muddy, the kids will pretty much bathe in it – they love it! 

3. Going Easter egg hunting

The Easter egg tradition isn’t the same in every country. In some countries, people are used to making their own Easter eggs and in others, people just buy them at a store. The important thing is how they make kids feel full of illusion. 

Who doesn’t like finding chocolate Easter eggs on the grass? Go ahead and take part in this incredible and endearing tradition. Bring out your inner child and enjoy the experience as much as you can.

5 Ways to Celebrate Easter with Children

4. Family gatherings

One of the best ways to celebrate Easter with children is to have a family gathering. It’s probably been a long time since your kids saw their grandparents, aunts, and uncles (especially if they reside somewhere else).

In case you have to work, you can send them over in advance so they spend quality time with their relatives before you get there.

We’re so busy in our daily lives that, little by little, we drift apart from our families. This is the perfect time to plan a reunion and have fun together. Pack your bags (and your kids’) and pay a surprise visit to the people you love the most! 

5. Take advantage of the city

If for any given reason (work or simply because you want to) you decide to stay in the city, you can definitely take advantage of it and make interesting plans. Take your kids to the theater and go watch a play or musical. You could also go to the museum with them and admire some art.

You can also take them to dinner, to the movies, or even better: ask them what they want to do!

We often make our children do things they don’t want to do. Children are fun and creative, and they might have come up with some fun ideas on their own. Before making any decisions, make sure you ask their opinion. 

Making plans to celebrate Easter with children will definitely bring you together. Work, school, and the routine often jeopardize the time families spend together.

These smalls breaks are necessary and positive, both on a physical and a mental level. Take advantage of them and do as much as you can.

This text is provided for informational purposes only and does not replace consultation with a professional. If in doubt, consult your specialist.