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5 Budget-Friendly Easter Activities For All Ages

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Easter is a time for chocolate and egg hunts – but if money is tight, you might be worried about how to entertain your family over the holidays.

However, there are plenty of fun, budget-friendly Easter activities for all ages. From getting out into nature to planning activities with your friends, you don’t need to spend a lot of money to entertain kids, teens or adults for Easter.

Let’s take a look at 5 budget-friendly Easter activities for all ages!

1. Plan an Easter scavenger hunt

A scavenger hunt is a great way to celebrate Easter weekend – and it’s a fun activity for the whole family.

You could take your family for a nature scavenger hunt or plan a classic Easter egg hunt for your little ones. Scavenger hunts are an easy, budget-friendly activity for all ages. Write clues for your kids to follow like a treasure hunt or get them to collect different Easter-related objects around the house.

You can make it as simple or elaborate as you want! You could even make your Easter scavenger hunt educational to challenge children over the Easter holidays.

2. Go for a blossom walk

Blossom is one of the best parts of Spring! Going for a fresh blossom walk is a fantastic way to make the most of the new season. You can enjoy some time in nature or set up a family picnic if it’s warm enough. The weather is surprising at this time of year – so make the most of any Spring sunshine over Easter weekend.

blossom branches

Going for a walk is completely free – and there are plenty of ways to make it fun for all ages. You could encourage little ones to collect blossom or head to a local park for a bit of family time.

The best thing about going for a walk? It’s completely free!

3. Make Easter chocolate nests

If you want to do some baking this Easter – but you’re worried about the cost – Easter chocolate nests are a great choice. You only need chocolate, golden syrup, cornflakes and mini eggs to bake these tasty cakes – and they make the perfect Easter weekend treat.

Easter nests are cheap, delicious and easy to make. Children of all ages can help out in the kitchen, or you and your partner can make them together as a fun Easter activity.

4. Organise a group celebration

If you’re looking for a budget-friendly activity for Easter, why not organise a group celebration? This is a good way to get all your friends and family involved without spending lots of money. You can ask everyone to make their own Easter dish or every guest could bring a game or activity.

people sharing out small easter eggs on a table: budget-friendly easter activities

This can save on cooking or baking costs, and it takes the pressure off. You don’t have to organise everything yourself, but you can still enjoy an Easter celebration with your loved ones.

5. Plan an Easter movie marathon

An Easter movie marathon is the perfect way to entertain your family without breaking the bank. In fact, you don’t have to spend anything at all. Simply put on some of your favourite films, sit back and relax.

If you want to add a special touch to your marathon, you could switch off all the lights to make your very own home cinema – or you could get a few Easter treats to enjoy.

Planning an Easter movie marathon is fun for all ages, so invite your friends and family for a cosy afternoon activity.

What are you doing for Easter? Tell me in the comments!

Take care everyone x

One Comment

  • Molly | Transatlantic Notes

    My husband and I didn’t really do much this Easter, but it would be nice to plan something from your post for next year. I like the idea of doing a blossom walk and making chocolate nests (an activity I did decades ago as a child, and absolutely loved doing).

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