Easter is just around the corner and while it may not be as widely celebrated as other holidays such as Christmas and Chinese New Year, that should not stop you from joining in the festivities and doing some fun Easter-related activities.
There are a number of egg-citing workshops and activities that you can do up yourself so that the whole family can hop onto the Easter bandwagon and join in the fun. So, get ready your eggs, paints and baskets and prepare yourselves for an eggs-cellent time!
1) Easter Day Culinary Workshop
Just for Easter, the Singapore Botanic Gardens will be holding a special Easter Day culinary workshop. Here, kids will get the chance to learn all about cocoa and make their own chocolate bunnies! There will also be a guided tour around the Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden.
Easter Day Culinary Workshop
When: 13 April 2019, 10am – 11.30am
Location: Visitor Services Desk, Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden, Bukit Timah Road, 481
Age: 5 to 14 years old
2) Forest Adventure
If your kids are incredibly hyperactive, you should bring them to Forest Adventure this Easter holiday so that they can put all that energy to good use. At this family-friendly treetop obstacle course, there are 3 courses catered to different ages and heights. Over the Easter weekend, kids will also get to hang out and chill with a giant Easter bunny who will be going around offering chocolate to everyone!
3) Go for an Easter egg hunt in your neighbourhood
For a classic Easter celebration, why not do it the old school way and have an Easter egg hunt? Hide colourful little eggs all over the house and garden and have fun watching your kids run around the place looking for them! Have a competition and see who can find the most number of eggs in the shortest period of time. This isn’t just a fun activity for kids — the adults are welcome to join in too!
4) Paint Easter eggs in your own home
The main thing about Easter is the colourful eggs that can be used during an Easter egg hunt, for an Easter brunch or just as decorations. The fun part is getting to design and colour in all those eggs, making it a great bonding activity for the whole family as well as puts everyone in the spirit for a great Easter.
5) Party at the Singapore Polo Club Easter Party
For a family-friendly Easter party, head on down to Singapore Polo Club’s Easter Party for an egg-citing time! This annual party promises to be filled with fun games and activities as well as food. Bring down all your friends and family for an eggs-cellent time!
Singapore Polo Club Easter Party
When: 13 April 2019, 11am – 1pm
Venue: 80 Mount Pleasant Road, Singapore 298334
Contact: 6854 3999
Price: Members $35, Guests $40
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6) Bring your kids to an Easter Holiday Camp
The Little Mandarins Easter Holiday Camp is back again to provide another round of fun learning opportunities for your little ones. The camp is filled with eggs-citing interactive games and activities that aim to help your kids learn and speak Mandarin better. Kids who already have exposure to Mandarin will be able to hone and improve their language skills, while beginners can get a fun and interesting introduction to the language. On 11 April, there will also be an Easter Egg Extravaganza where the little campers will get to decorate Easter eggs and go on an Easter egg hunt!
Little Mandarins Holiday Camp
When: 18 March – 12 April 2019, Easter Extravaganza is on 11 April 2019
Venue: Blk 71 Loewen Road #01-03, Singapore 248847
Contact: 6473 8377
Price: $78 for one day, $350 for five days
7) Whip up an Easter brunch with your family and friends
What’s a celebration without a sumptuous feast? Why not cook up a storm and whip up an amazing Easter brunch for you and the whole family! If you’re stumped on what to make for Easter, you can always think along the lines of eggs and create dishes such as deviled eggs, eggs Benedict’s or egg salad! You also get a chance to display your prettily painted Easter eggs for everyone to admire.
This article originally appeared on BeScene SG.
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