Raise your hand if you’re ready for Easter! It’s probably going to look a lot different this year. I know it certainly will for our family. The most notable piece being that we won’t be celebrating with our family apart from those who live in our home…me, the hubs and our kiddos.
I have a feeling that this coming Sunday, the kids are going to need a little extra nurturing because they will be missing their grandparents, aunt, uncle and cousins! So, while they hunt for eggs in our yard, I will set up some more Easter celebrating fun indoors.
On that note, how does a little Easter picnic sound? A kids picnic table is the perfect setup for this, but you can really use any table to achieve this kids Easter table feel! This little wooden picnic table was perfect. It just needed to be dusted off and placed in the center of the room.
Next, all you need is a cheerful table cloth, markers and some Easter coloring sheets. I downloaded some off the Crayola website, but a quick Pinterest search will yield a bunch more. So, as long as you have a printer, your kids should have plenty of coloring options!
Kids Easter Table Ideas
Now every Easer table needs Easter decorations right? For that, I filled a vase with bright plastic Easter eggs. They are unfilled and just for our play “practice” egg hunt for the big day. We have a lot of excitement about the ol’ Easter bunny in our house right now, so there is a lot of practicing going on. Haha! The first question of the morning is always, “Is this the day the Easter bunny comes?”.
I’ve also been asked the following: What kind of car he drives? (He doesn’t, he hops from house to house). Why does he hide eggs? (Just for fun. He’s a big rabbit that hides eggs for fun?! Geez). What kinds of treats will he be leaving? (Ah a question I can answer with ease…chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate! Oh and Peeps of course.).
Man, who knew there would be so many questions!?!? Just find the eggs and eat your candy kids, ha!
As far as Easter snacks go, I also added a snack of carrots and ranch. There will be plenty of treats in their Easter baskets and for dessert, so I sneak in veggies where I can on Easter. They both love carrots. I do keep seeing adorable desserts and sweet things made to look like carrots, but given all the other sweets coming their way, I gotta go with serving a veggie, in theme, that I know they’ll eat!
So, that’s my take on our kids indoor Easter table, and if it’s warm in your neck o’ the woods, you might consider hauling this kids Easter table outside!
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