We’ve rounded up some of our favourite indoor and outdoor Easter activities to keep you and the kids busy.
Take a step back in time
English Heritage are running covid-friendly Easter events throughout the UK at over 24 of their historic sites. Running between 29 March – 18 April take the kids to one of the Easter Adventure Quests. Explore the outdoor trails, crack the clues and search for dragon eggs to win your chocolate reward.
You will need to book tickets and is recommended you do before hand to not avoid disappointment.
You can get 6.5% back on English Heritage membership with KidStart.
Step into spring
There’s not a more classic sign of spring then spotting daffodils. The National Trust have daffodil gardens where you can enjoy some of the best blooms and treat your senses to the magic of spring, which we’re sure the kids will love.
You can get 2% back on National Trust membership with KidStart.
Easter egg treasure hunt
If you want to stay closer to home then an egg treasure hunt is one of the best Easter activities to keep the kids entertained. If you want to make it a little different than usual write clues to help them work out where the Easter bunny has left their eggs.
There are some great scavenger hunt games and accessories on Etsy if you don’t fancy getting crafty. Plus you’ll get 1.3% back for your kids with Etsy too!
Eggs-ellent Easter Bakes
Need a way to use up the Easter chocolate the kids have got lying around? Get them in the kitchen and get baking. Olive Magazine have 29 recipes which all look delicious, from cupcakes to cookies to brownies.
If you need flour, eggs, sugar, you can get money back on your grocery shop, from everyone including Tesco, Waitrose, Iceland and more, check out the grocery category.
Get in the garden
We’re running a competition over on KidStart Facebook where we’re giving four followers a chance to WIN a ‘Grow your own Bean & Pea kit’. A great activity to do with the kids if you’re lucky enough to win!