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Easter treat....draw on fruit cup (this does not take you to site..photo only)

{We are so doing these this Easter} Marbled Easter Eggs How-To ~ these decorative eggs are made using shaving cream and food coloring

Rainbow Peeps Trifle - Easter Dessert #PEEPS

Perfect Easter Crock Pot Ham ~ Cover the bottom of the crock with brown sugar. Place ham on top of the brown sugar and add pineapple tidbits with the juice. Sprinkle ham with more brown sugar. Cover and cook on low for 7-8 hours. Scrumptious!

Easter egg treasure hunt. Kids have to jump, stretch and move before finding the next clue. My kids would love this.

EASTER: Roll a ball of sugar cookie dough in colored sugar. Snip it in half with scissors and then snip each half into three petals. Gently spread the petals apart and lay flat. When you take them out stick an M & M in the center!

Letter R for robot preschool snack. Juice box, applesauce, raisins, pretzel rods and a Hershey kiss.

Peeps on a Stick! I don't really get 'peeps' but this would make a cute and memorable Easter treat.

Cutest Easter Tradition 1. Buy some "magic" Jelly Beans 2. Plant them in your yard- this only works the night before Easter (wink wink) 3. The next morning go out and see what grew (large Lollipops!) follow link to pics

I highly recommend making an “Easter Egg Bath” for your little one–our kids had a blast! I think the highlight was making waves and watching the eggs bounce all around (using the larger eggshell halves to pour water, a close second).

Easter - eggs decorated with melted crayon and then dye. These are super colorful, which is what I aim for in a decorated egg.

Resurrection Eggs - a great way to share the real meaning of Easter with your kids.