Download our amazing Easter activity pack
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Easter is such a magical time for children. We love seeing the excitement on our kids' faces at the thought of the Easter bunny leaving loads of chocolatey goodies scattered all over the house for them to find.
Whilst we have our traditions around the UK, we've been exploring how some other countries in Europe celebrate this very special, and holy, time of year. To help get your kids more into the spirit of the season we have put together an amazing Easter activity pack that you can download for free below!
Travel from the comfort of your home and visit Germany, Sweden, France, Spain and Poland to learn how these countries celebrate Easter. There are some fantastic recipes that you can cook with your kids like Torrijas, which are a traditional Spanish version of French toast (yummy). We'll also show you a step by step guide so you can make your very own German Easter tree - all you'll need are a few branches, a vase and coloured paper.
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If you haven't already subscribed to our incredible activity pack series where we take your kids all around the world and explore different countries then keep reading below.
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Before you go - get your 10 FREE country themed activity packs
All you need to do is sign-up to our mailing list and we'll instantly email you our packs on Japan and New Zealand. Then for the next 8 weeks tripAbrood will send you a new pack each week so your kids never run out of things to do 😀
These packs are perfect for primary school children (ages 4 - 11) and will teach them all sorts of amazing things. Learn how to say "Let's go" in Italian, make Sri Lankan coconut pancakes and find out why Iceland is called the land of fire and ice. There's loads of things to keep your family occupied during this tough time when we're not able to go out as much as we would like.
But don't take our word on how good our packs are. Here's some feedback from some very happy families.