How To Have A Hoppy Easter
Easter doesn 't always have to be chock full of chocolate eggs! we've rounded up our favourite Easter toys that are bound to make this special day egg-stra fun. The only thing left to do now is to hop to it - Happy Easter, everyone!
Top Easter Toys
FSC Rocking Rabbit
Hop aboard our Rabbit Rocking Toy for a fun ride across the playroom. Crafted from sustainably sourced wood from FSC® Certified forests, it has been delicately painted soft grey using child-friendly paint. The rabbit has a friendly face with whiskers and pink patterned ears. Rocking toys are ideal for developing kids balance, coordination and, of course, strengthening little legs.
Bendy Easter Bucket
Need a lightweight Easter bucket to carry around those hunt treats? Our Honey Yellow Activity Bucket is an egg-cellent choice. It can be squished, squashed and rolled into bags without losing shape. The sturdy rope handle can endure heavy loads of chocolate and the food-grade silicone material is easy to keep clean. You could even personalise your bucket with colouring pens.
FSC Forest Stacker
The perfect first Easter gift for the tot in your life, our FSC Certified Forest Stacker features a cute rabbit and fox as well as a stackable pine tree. Each stacking pole is secured by elastic string so it can bounce back up after falling down. Coloured with non-toxic bright colours, this delightful woodland stacking toy encourages creativity and dexterity.
Spring Celebration Ballet Lottie Doll
Lottie Doll is going to hop and twirl her way into the Spring Celebration Ballet! She wears a three-layer pink & purple tutu, sequin leotard, a pair of ballet slippers and holds a drawstring shoe bag. Lottie has tangle-resistant saran hair, making her super easy to look after. Lottie is much more than just a princess and encourages imaginative play with children everywhere!
Easter Activities For Kids
Chalk Egg Drawings
For eggs of the non-edible kind, our Chalk Eggs are fantastic for getting creative outside in the spring weather. With six pastel colours to choose from, use them to draw on pieces of pavement, patio slabs, brick walls or chalkboards. There's no need to worry as they are fully washable (via the garden hose or rain).
Spring Bug Hunt
Whilst hunting for hidden Easter eggs, little explorers could also turn their attention to€¦ bugs! Our Explorer Bug Hunting Kit is packed with a green bucket hat, pop up bug net, pair of binoculars, telescopic net, magnifying glass & more. Use the binoculars to watch birds (and zoom in on any potential eggs), examine bugs up close with the magnifying glass and stay cool in the sun with the green bucket hat.
DIY Easy Easter Bonnet
What you'll need
- Two sheets of green A4 card
- Green pipe cleaners
- One sheet of yellow card
- Orange tissue paper
- Scraps of coloured card & foam sheets
For the base of the hat, cut a sheet of green A4 card in half to create two long strips. Use the other sheet to cut thin triangular shapes that create strands of grass.
To make flowers, draw a daffodil outline on the yellow card. Cut these out and attach to the green pipe cleaners with sellotape. For the centre of the daffodils, scrunch up orange tissue paper.
Attach pipe cleaners to the hat with tape, making sure the pipe cleaner bases are well-covered so they won 't cause any irritation. To get the perfect hat fit, wrap the card around your child's head and secure it with tape.
Use the scrap paper and foam to add on a few spring additions - such as flowers, ladybirds, butterflies and bumblebees. Now you're all ready to go out in your new Easter bonnet!
The Easter fun doesn 't stop here! Grab your colouring pencils and pens to colour in our Easter colouring sheet. The perfect way to get your little one away from the screen and to help unleash their creativity.