Easter will definitely be different this year. Even if it falls on a Sunday as scheduled, family Easter dinner and games wont’ be the same thanks to the physical and social distancing guidelines in place. The roots of the holiday stay the same, however, the classic activities for Easter like Easter egg coloring will be affected by the supplies found in your area stores, the available space in your house, as well as the crafting supplies from last year that you still have. Even though this won’t be the Easter that many people expected, there are still several reasons why you should celebrate.
Ideas To Celebrate Easter At Home This Year
Change How You Dye Eggs
For a lot of families, dyeing the Easter eggs together is a tradition they do annually. This year, fresh eggs might be difficult to find on your local stores. Additionally, if you’ve got fresh eggs in your home, you should preserve them for consumption and not for crafting or decorating. You can use Styrofoam eggs instead. Decorating them is easy. You can use crayons, markers, and other similar tools that you find in your home.
Do A Different Egg Hunt
These days, it’s not ideal to let your kids loose on a playground or field that’s dotted with eggs. Instead, you can use your house and yard. Tuck the Easter eggs around your home for your children to find.
Rethink The Easter Gifts and Baskets
This year, you won’t be able to fill your Easter baskets like before. Perhaps you can’t visit your go to stores or you don’t have extra cash. Think of tucking your homemade sweets into your Easter baskets or you can fill them out with drawings of the gifts you want to buy once businesses in your area reopen.