5. Chocolate egg
No list would be complete without the Easter favourite – a chocolate egg treasure hunt. Write clues that get your children thinking and mean they have to imagine the place they have to go to next. For example, if you have a tap in the garden you might write “you find it where the grass grows, next to where the water flows”. Leave the next clue card with the egg by the tap in the garden. Three or four cards leading them from the garden to a room in the house and back again will feel exciting and fun, and it will be lovely to see their faces as they crack the clues. You could even get them to write the clues to send you on the hunt, if you want to make it more of a challenge for them! You can have fun making the clues really silly too to make each other laugh.