Easter is a religious holiday celebrated by Christians, but it is also celebrated by non-religious people because most people are non-Christians. So we will focus today on how non-Christians can celebrate Easter. The celebration includes brunch, family gatherings, egg painting, and other activities. But no matter what your reason for celebrating Easter is, there are many things you can do to mark the day.
Activity 1: Paint an egg. You can buy an egg painting box during Easter month. Boil some eggs and let your kids decorate them for Easter. Usually, different cups are dyed with different colors of dye. The eggs will turn out gorgeous when covered with paint. Make sure your kids wear old clothes when decorating the eggs, otherwise they will become very messy.
Activity 2: Make bunny-themed baked goods. The Easter bunny food-making activity is an exciting part of the holiday for children. Make bunny-like baked goods, which can get kids excited about the holiday. You can use bunny-shaped cookie cutters to make crushed sugar cookies. Bake three cinnamon rolls. Glue two pieces together to form a snowman-like body and cut the other half in half. Place two halves on one end of the cinnamon roll to make bunny ears, then use cream cheese icing to paint your bunny white. You can use chocolate or blueberry eyes.
Activity 3: Have an Easter brunch. Many people enjoy a leisurely Easter in the late afternoon. You can go to a restaurant, and you can also have family or friends for an Easter-themed meal. Since eggs are connected, hard-boiled eggs or scrambled eggs can be a good theme for your Easter meal. Many people like to serve their ham as the main course of the Easter meal. Consider adding some side dishes such as mashed potatoes or carrots.
Activity 4: Plant something to celebrate new life. As spring arrives in many parts of the world at Easter, people will see it as a celebration of life. Try finding or buying some seeds and planting some new flowers or other plants that can help you celebrate Easter and welcome spring.