Age3 to 6 years
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Where are the Easter eggs hidden?
Every Easter bunny needs a meadow where they can hide their eggs. Do you want to make your own meadow? You can hide loads of Easter eggs on this homemade Easter meadow. And the little Easter bunny is also lurking among the grass.
- print out the attached document
- 30 cm x 30 cm tinfoil sheet
- 100 g bar of chocolate (the thinner the better)
Colour in all the uncoloured areas using the colours indicated on the sheet.
Cut out all the areas along the cut out lines.
Place all the green grass pages into a stack on top of one another. Then fold the stack in half. Cut 3 cm long cuts along the full length of the page. There should be one cut every 3 – 4 mm along the side.
Now place a generous amount of Pritt glue to the uncut area on the strips of paper. Now glue the grass to the meadow indicated as image 2.
Cut the tinfoil into 7 squares the same size as image 3.
Break your bar of chocolate into small squares.
Wrap the chocolate into the tinfoil.
Glue an easter egg images to each chocolate piece.
Now you can hide your eggs and the bunny in the meadow. You do this by pushing them behind the grass blades.
And that is it!
Now you can treat your parents to a fun Easter egg hunt next Easter. Don’t worry, we’re sure they’ll share some of their chocolate Easter eggs with you.
We would love to see pictures of your projects. You can ask your parents to post pictures on our Facebook wall at “Pritt world”.