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Easter Traditions Every Family Should Have



Easter is here, which means it’s time to participate in some of your favorite Easter traditions! No matter how old your kids get, these Easter traditions are fun for the entire family. Which Easter traditions will you start this year?


Visit the Easter Bunny

Visiting the Easter Bunny is a tradition that every family needs to have. Not only will your kids love getting to “meet” a famous holiday figure, you’ll love it because of how cute your kids will look! You can make the most of your Easter Bunny visit and dress up the kids. Take advantage of the matching outfits and use this visit as an opportunity to take family photos.

Easter Egg Hunt

If you want your kids to have fun this Easter, then you need to start the tradition of arranging an Easter egg hunt. You can also make this Easter tradition more special by changing it up a little. Instead of a traditional Easter egg hunt, trying something different like a flashlight hunt after dark or assigning an egg color for each kid to find.

Plant Flowers

Easter is about new life, so make it a tradition to bring new life to your yard. This year, start the tradition of planting Easter flowers around the yard. Tulips, daffodils, and lilies are all flowers that would be perfect for your Easter planting. Soon, your yard will be beautiful and your family will have bonded over your experience.


Dye Easter Eggs

Dying Easter eggs is an Easter tradition that many families already participate in. If you’re not doing so already, then you definitely need to add this to your tradition list. To make things more exciting, you can decorate your Easter egg with stickers, crayons and more!

Bake Treats

Easter treats are definitely the highlight of Easter weekend! Get your whole family involved in the treat making process and enjoy some bonding time. These Easter treats can be anything, from Peeps cupcakes to spring colored Rice Krispie treats!

Easter is a great holiday for spending time with your family. What are some of your favorite Easter traditions?

Annmarie John
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  1. Wishing you a beautiful Easter! I love the idea of planting flowers and the significance. :)

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  2. We are starting dyeing our eggies now, hehehehe...kids are super excited!

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  3. We love dying Easter Eggs. We also hide Easter Eggs and have a family dinner.

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  4. We do all of the above with the exception of planting flowers. We're not very outdoorsy :)

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  5. Definitely planting flowers! Now I'm wondering why I never thought of it in the first place haha. Thanks for posting! Happy Easter!

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  6. I am all about most of these, but the visiting of the easter bunny sort of scares me, I am not sure what the point of it is lol

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  7. I think an Easter Egg Hunt is one of my favorites..I love that you plant flowers too! Great list of family traditions!

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  8. Easter egg dying is so much fun, We love it almost as much as hunting

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  9. When my daughter was little we did a lot of these. She always loved dying eggs!

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  10. The Easter Eggs Hunt is really popular among traditions and countries. Going to see the Easter Bunny is also another great one

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  11. This will be our first year without an egg hunt- the kids told me they are too big. Sigh.

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  12. we do egg hunts with the dogs and we also go visit family

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  13. We use to have family dinners but since my brothers have gotten older and can't get along everyone does their own thing now. Hubby and I will most likely take little man to visit the butterflies and release one in honor of Easter.

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  14. Of course, the most important Easter practice is attending Holy Mass to celebrate the most important event in Christian faith -- the Resurrection. The eggs and bunnies are just cute side practices for kids.

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  15. Happy Easter!! We have a tradition of having dinner as a family. The kids decorated eggs a week ago.

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  16. We do everything but the Easter bunny part, I;ve always found it weird even when I was little

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  17. Yes! We do every one of these, in addition to having an Easter party for friends and family! The best memories are made with traditions like these!

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  18. One of our Easter traditions is of course an Easter Egg hunt at my sister's house. Then dinner at my house.

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  19. This will be the first Easter without my dad so we are going to gather at my mom's and have a family dinner there. Hopefully able to snap some pictures of all of us together. Want to start a new tradition of getting pictures at every gathering.

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  20. We love Easter and all the traditions that go with it. We have a huge dinner and egg hunt, on top of early morning Easter services.. :)

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  21. Happy Easter... Enjoy decorating your Easter eggs.

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  22. Those are great traditions, and I think kids especially love decorating eggs. Wishing you and your family a very happy Easter!

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  23. We didn't visit the Easter Bunny this year. We just kept missing him. We did dye eggs tonight though. The kids love to do that and dad does too. ;)

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  24. These sound like fun family activities!

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  25. I was not aware of so much about Easter. Thanks for making me knowing. Enjoy your Easter.. have a blast.

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  26. Easter Egg Hunts used to be a thing in our house when my brother and I were little. No that we're both grown-ups, what remains are the Catholic traditions that were taught and passed on to us by the elders. My Mom also prepares heavenly Easter lunch, which is something that we always look forward to.

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  27. Don't really celebrate Easter in Singapore, but thanks for sharing the festive activities! Don't really understand the festive origin but I know it's a jolly event...

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  28. Making a new tradition this year. Every year we get together with our while family, this year it is just my family of 7. Looking forward to that!

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  29. Love the idea!! Surely will try this on easter with my kids ..

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  30. I think we will go ahead and plant some flowers tomorrow! We're at my gramma's and that's almost 500 miles from home, but we can see them when we visit in the summer.

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  31. Being with my family, in-laws is the best time during easter

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  32. Happy Easter! Filipinos have a different kind of celebration of Easter but for the past decade or so, some high end subdivisions, malls, etc have started hosting easter egg hunts, or maybe I wasn't just aware of it before. We don't really follow tradition in our house.

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  33. Bake treats are always fun to eat whether is a festival or not. Who can say no to yummy baked cookies right?

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  34. The Easter tradition in my country were on the religious nature. But the ones you've mentioned sounds really fun. Happy Easter!!!:-)

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  35. The Easter tradition in my country were on the religious nature. But the ones you've mentioned sounds really fun. Happy Easter!!!:-)

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  36. I always enjoyed the Easter egg hunt at my Grandma's house...mom hid our Easter bags (full oof gifts), and that was fun too. I was sitting outside today thinking how much fun it would be to have a big egg hunt. Unfortunately, in Ohio the weather is iffy at best, so plantinng flowers isn/t really an option yet, but every year I watch for the first Hyacinths to come up...they smell so wonderful! These are some great ideas for Easter traditions.

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  37. Well the Easter bunny definitely visited us and we had a huge Easter egg hunt! Everyone loved it and has stuffed themselves silly with chocolate! :) Sim x

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  38. i believe if you are a parent you will enjoy the easter day with your kid/kids

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  39. Happy Easter, always it is good to know about festivals from different parts of the world. Even with different meanings and traditions all festivals are about family...

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  40. I think Easter Eggs and Easter Bunny can really help kids enjoy Easter better. It's a great time to bond as a family too.

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  41. My family celebrate Easter on April 12 because we belong to the Christian Orthodox church, on Maundy Thursday we paint eggs and bake cross buns, can't wait for the festival to come at the end of the week!

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  42. Happy Easter! I'm glad the egg and bunny show is over and that Christ has risen again.

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  43. I need to create new traditions for our family. We totally forgot to even do eggs this year! Oh well, there's always next year!

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  44. we've never done any easter traditions other than eat easter eggs haha

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  45. Easter isn't really celebrated in my country. Anyway, thanks for sharing.

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