1.Make paper plate bunnies. Simply take one white paper plate and cut 2 ear shapes from it and staple or glue them to the top of another white paper plate and draw a face on it. Glue cotton balls around the edge of the plate.
2.Cut out construction paper Easter eggs and color and paint them to hang around the house.
3.Use rabbit, chick, cross and egg shaped cookie cutters for toast, sandwiches, brownies, rice krispie treats and more.
4.Color your own eggs by making your own egg dye. Try beet juice, kool aid and anything that has color.
5.Make Easter egg holders, cut empty paper towel tubes about 2 inches each and wrap in colorful paper. You can then sit your eggs on them.
6.Cut out construction paper egg shapes and write a Bible verse on each one about what Easter is really about.
7.Make small Easter baskets and deliver to nursing homes to those residents that never get visitors and to your elderly neighbors.
8. Read the Easter story in the Bible and some Easter books.
9. Have an Easter egg hunt and invite children of the community.
10. Decorate an outside tree with plastic Easter eggs.
11. Have a special breakfast, lunch or dinner on Easter Sunday!
Angela Billings is a stay at home wife and mother who publishes an online newsletter Home and Family Ezine. http://www.homeandfamilyezine.comRecommended Read: Easter: Recipes, Gifts and Decorations By Tessa Evelegh