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Our Easter Holiday Plans

By Smilinglikesunshine @smilinglikesuns
The spring term was very busy for the children and we have all been looking forward to the Easter holiday. This time around we did not plan any outings. I really wanted it to be a laid back holiday.
As much as we love being out and about,it is also necessary to have some down time. After all if we get bored, we can always plan a trip to London or somewhere else. Of course, there is always the option of going to the park which is just around the corner.

Our Easter Holiday Plans

My little Mondrian

At home, we love spending our time with crafty things. Recently Derin has been showing an interest in this type of activity.
We like reading, sometimes  together and sometimes we just put up our feet and read our own books!
We will of course cook and bake, a lot! I don't know about your children, but my children seem to be hungry all the time when they are at home. They want to eat snack after snack!

Our Easter Holiday Plans

Making dinosaur eggs

Holidays are also an excellent time for us to have lengthy Skype calls with our families abroad. The children love showing them their latest favorite things: Sometimes a toy, sometimes they want to sing to sing them or show them a picture or craft they have made. Sometimes I think there are psychic powers between my mom and me as I often answer the phone and it's she calling when I am just about to call her!
I am also looking forward to dying eggs and preparing an egg trail for the children. I have fond memories of these from my own childhood. I might attempt to use natural foods such as beetroots and onion skins to dye the eggs. It is bound to be fun!
What are your plans for the Easter holiday?
This is a collaborative post with TheCircle.
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