Fun Easter Traditions for Families

Holidays are a great time to get the family gathered and spend some time together. Celebrating holidays with the family can create memories of a lifetime that you can cherish. There are plenty of traditions you can create and start together with families and continue for years.

Easter is certainly full of fun traditions you can do with your family together. Create memorable memories with your family with these fun Easter traditions!

Countdown until Easter

Idea from Happy Organized Life

Countdown until Easter with these fun plastic eggs!

Play Easter bingo

Idea from Crazy Little Project

Play a fun, classic game with the family.

Peanut Butter Eggs

Recipe from It’s Always Autumn

Enjoy a delicious treat of egg-shaped peanut butter chocolate.

8 Day Walk with Christ

Idea from Inkblinka

Share the Gospel with your family with this 8 Day Walk with Christ. Each day you open a plastic egg and an envelop that leads up to the last week of Jesus’ life.

Easter bunny foot prints

Idea from Tidbits & Twine

We have a family tradition in our home with Santa footprints, but these Easter footprints are so much cuter!

Scavenger hunt for Easter eggs

Idea from Arabah Joy

Nothing is more fun than an Easter egg hunt.

You’ve been EGGED!

Idea from Passion for Savings

Fill some plastic eggs with treats and EGG your friends house with the family. Be sure to put the printable sign on the door, ring the door bell and run off!

Easter brunch

Recipes from Delish

Gobble up some delicious treats on Easter morning. Check out these 30+ Easy Easter Brunch Recipes That Will Let You Enjoy the Morning from Delish.

Egg Dyeing

Idea from Parent Map

Easter is not complete without dipping eggs into dye and creating marvelous master pieces.

Make and give Easter cards

Idea from Shutterfly

Easter cards are a rare sight, so spread some joy and send some Easter cards to family and friends. Check out some creative cards you can make at Shutterfly!

Easter Bunny Bark

Recipe from Sally’s Baking Addiction

Enjoy these festive chocolate treats with the family.

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