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Here is a quiz about the origins of Easter celebrations!
Lovely Easter baskets you can make with recycled paintings and paper.
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Have fun with the Easter Word Finder!
Download the 'Happy Easter' letters and have your residents paint and decorate them to create a beautiful banner for your facility!
Test your Easter knowledge!
Some more Easter trivia!
Making mobiles or sun catchers are activities that low care residents can do for frail people in Nursing Homes. Mobiles and sun catchers can act as a visual stimulation to those no longer able to participate in activities.
Beautiful hanging sun catchers for any season!
Recycle egg cartons and make your facility look festive by hanging these colourful flowers everywhere.
Here are some egg recipes if you don't know what to do with so many boiled eggs at the end of Easter!
Arts and crafts templates for Easter
Here are a couple of easy Easter bonnets for your parade! I have included some templates for the decorations but let your clients express their artistic flair by encouraging them to decorate as they please.
Lovely wall art for all occasions! Video instructions included.
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A lovely Easter craft activity!
Cute hopping bunnies with cotton wool tails!
These wall art easter eggs are festive and easy to make in a craft session!
Every wreath will be unique, reflecting the creativity of the person making it.
Decorate your own Easter Posters
This activity is popular in many countries and attracts children as well as seniors.
Gorgeous hand drawn Easter poster in high resolution for printing!
Gorgeous DIY Easter carrots to decorate dining table or gather into a garland decoration.
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The wreath in the picture is made from Rosemary branches but don't limit yourself, you may use any long lasting 'hardy' foliage.
Celebrate Easter Sunday by placing a Chocolate Chick on the breakfast table for each client. These lovely and festive Easter chicks are easy to make!
Celebrate Easter Sunday sharing these lovely colourful eggs. Adapt this activity to suit your clients, e.g. if too difficult to tie egg, encourage them to work in pairs. There will be a few broken eggs but it will only add to the fun!
This is a modified version of Bingo that uses images instead of numbers. It's also been simplified so it can be used with people with early onset dementia.
Get the residents to hide Easter Eggs in their community. Then invite staff or children brought in from a local pre-school to hunt for them while residents watch or assist them to collect them in baskets to be shared later.
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