For many families around the world, this Easter will be a little different from previous years. If you’re looking for fun and creative ways to spend Easter at home there are loads of indoor Easter ideas for kids.

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Indoor Easter ideas for kids
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Decorated Easter eggs with Clever Poppy

With the help of Clever Poppy, kids can turn little eggs into mini works of art. There are three beautiful designs to choose from – sleepy eggs, little animal egg friends and illustrated Easter eggs.

Indoor Easter ideas for kids
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Macca the Alpaca & Celeste The Giraffe loves to laugh Easter Activities

Matt Cosgrove illustrator and author of the very popular Macca the Alpaca book collection has kindly shared free Easter activities for the kids to enjoy at home. Activities include Macca the Alpaca and Celeste The Giraffe loves to laugh colouring-in sheets, Easter egg challenge and decorate your own Easter eggs with colour and patterns.

Activities are based on Celeste the Giraffe Loves to Laugh written by Celeste Barber published by Scholastic Australia and Matt Cosgrove, Macca the Alpaca, published by Scholastic & Scholastic UK.

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Indoor Easter ideas for kids

Egg and spoon race

This is a classic game the whole family can enjoy at home. Balance a chocolate egg or hard-boiled egg on a spoon and run/walk to the finish line without dropping the egg.

Indoor Easter ideas for kids
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Toilet roll Easter Bunny stamp

Kids can create a cute Easter Bunny stamp with a fluffy tail. All you’ll need is four toilet rolls, cotton bud, paper, pen and paint. This is such a fun activity to do with the little kids.

Read a kids Easter story

Reading Eater stories is a great way to get the kids excited about Easter. Here’s a selection of fun Easter storybooks available on Booktopia: How to Catch the Easter Bunny, Little Bilby’s Aussie Easter Egg Hunt, I’m ready for Easter and Old MacDonald’s Easter Egg.

Indoor Easter ideas for kids
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Make your own Macca the Alpaca Easter basket

Kids can create a Macca the Alpaca Easter Basket this Easter thanks to Matt Cosgrove illustrator and author of the very popular Macca the Alpaca book collection. Colour and decorate the basket with your favourite arts and craft materials.

Activity is based on Matt Cosgrove Macca the Alpaca, published by Scholastic & Scholastic UK.

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Indoor Easter ideas for kids
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Make Easter Bunny ears with Clever Poppy

Have fun making DIY Easter Bunny ears with Clever Poopy. Source materials from around your house – like felt, pipe cleaners or cardboard. Get creative, and enjoy seeing just how cute your kids look as they hop around on their Easter egg hunt.

Have fun with an Easter activity book

If you’re looking for fun craft activities to do with the kids, there’s a great range of sticker books available on Booktopia including Bluey: Easter Fun! A craft book, The Very Hungry Caterpillar’s Easter Sticker and Colouring Book, Peppa’s Egg-Cellent Easter – Sticker Activity Book and Little First Stickers Easter.

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Indoor Easter ideas for kids

Fingerprint Easter art

Kids can have fun with fingerprint art, create little Easter characters using either paint or ink. Once the paint or ink is dry, draw features and outlines of the characters you want to create.

Top Easter Egg Hunts in Melbourne and Victoria

Easter egg hunt

There are many different ways you can host an Easter egg hunt indoors. For the younger kids, make it simple by hiding eggs around your lounge room and kitchen. For the older kids, you can write a series of clues that your kids have to solve, which sends them on a hunt around the house to find their eggs.

Indoor Easter ideas for kids
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Funky Easter Bunny craft template

This is the cutest funky bunny colouring-in template that families can download from the Tech Starter – Primary Teaching Resource website. Kids can colour and decorate the bunny with funky glasses.

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