Easter 2023 – 5 Activities To Do With Your Grandchildren

• Written by Roshan

With Easter 2023 almost here, chocolate eggs are in the supermarkets, the bank holidays are only a few days away, and the little ones in your family are all abuzz that the Easter bunny will be paying a visit soon. So whether you are spending time with your family for an Easter lunch, or you just want to plan a themed afternoon, we’ve rounded up some fun activities that you can do with your grandchildren for some extra magic this Easter 2023.

1. Easter Egg Hunts


Perhaps the more obvious activity that children (and grown ups as well) love at Easter is, of course, Easter egg hunts. Not only are they a great way to get them out and about, but they are fun and exciting, too. Dependant on the age of the children, you may want to stage a relatively simple hunt. No need for any clues. Just easy to find eggs dotted around the back garden with the grown-ups providing assistance.

If, however, you are looking for something a little more challenging, you may want to check out this BBC Good Food Easter Egg Hunt guide. There are printable clues, as well as tips on how to put on a great hunt this Easter 2023. You can even throw in some homemade goodies.

2. Get Crafty


Arts and crafts are a tried and tested way of engaging all ages. Moreover, there is no greater bonding experience than creating something together. Plus, there are a variety of benefits that come from arts and crafts activities. They keep the mind active, which is important for all ages. It’s also a great way to take your mind off everyday worries, focusing instead on the creative process.

From painting eggs to creating some paper bunnies or an Easter wreath to hang up in your home, Good Housekeeping have put together a list of fun and easy crafts that you can do at home. What’s more, you can try these this Easter 2023 without breaking the bank. A quick craft can also serve as a cute party favour for your young guests to take home with them.

3. Decorate


In line with the arts and crafts that you have made, you can decorate the house or your table ready for your Easter 2023 feast. Whether you have made bunny bunting to hang on the windows, or you have arranged some tulips to feature, the little ones will love the responsibility of deciding where to put the decorations and how to set the table.

Put some fun music on in the background and it turns into a great family activity.

4. Gift Giving


What better way to celebrate Easter 2023 than to teach your grandchildren the importance of giving back? Making Easter baskets together is a great way to show them how important it is to spread kindness and to express gratitude to people around them.

It may be that they want to give their teacher a gift, or they have an elderly neighbour whose spirits can be lifted – make an activity out of creating and decorating the baskets and then add things like chocolate eggs, soaps, honeys or jams, and little uplifting notes like “You’re egg-cellent”.

5. Bake Together


You might say we have saved the best for last! There is no better excuse to indulge in some baked (and hopefully chocolatey) treats than Easter. There are so many easy recipes for little bakers to help with in the kitchen – everything from chocolate nests to hot cross buns and bunny biscuits, get your bake on with the grandchildren this Easter 2023.

For some dietary alternatives, including vegan and gluten free, check out these recipes.

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Editor’s Note: This article was updated on 5th April 2023 to reflect current information.

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