If you normally get away over the Easter weekend and go camping, you still can… but in your backyard or front room.
The kids will love it! At least, if you forget anything or it starts raining you don’t have to worry! Instead of making a campfire, you can use tea lights and the kids can still toast marshmallows over them.
5. Make your Easter treats
There is absolutely NO reason for you to miss out on chocolate just because you are trying to lose weight or the shops don’t have any eggs left.
Your child’s school Easter bonnet parade has most likely been cancelled so why not try making your own Easter bonnets at home instead? You could do a family fashion parade after!
10. Watch Easter services online
A lot of people go to church around Easter, but religious places are now closed. Many priests are holding services online though.
Check with your local church when the services are.
11. See zoo or farm animals virtually online
Do you normally go to the farm or zoo to visit the animals at Easter? Many wildlife centres and farms are also holding online animal feeding sessions, so make sure you check them out online.
12. Leave a note from the Easter Bunny
If your children are confused about whether or not the Easter Bunny is allowed to visit during lockdown, why not make a note from him, saying that he will be delivering eggs later on as he’s self-isolating (if you’ve not bought any) or a recipe on how to make your own this year?