Make the most of those DIY skills you picked up during Easter lockdown last year and create these cute-as crafts, courtesy of Spotlight.
Next rainy day, thrill your kids by letting them follow footprints around the house to discover a prize at the end. The Footprint game takes bit of preparation time - but is so worth it. You could even covert it into an Easter egg hunt game at Easter time. Watch the video to see how.
Easter can be a tricky time if you’re the parent of a child with food allergies, and a sad and confusing time if you’re the child with the allergies! But there’s no reason why your kids need to miss out on the scrumptious fun.
Map skills can develop special concepts that help children understand distance and time. A good way to expose children to maps is to make one of the local area. Take a walk together afterwards and see if you can follow along with the map made.