Unfortunately, this year’s Easter Sunday will take place as the world deals with the COVID-19 pandemic, which has caused businesses to close, school to go online, and people to stay quarantined in the comfort of their homes until the end of May at the earliest.
It has also limited gatherings to smaller than 10 people, which may put a damper on your Easter church services, family meals, or egg hunting plans. But fear not; there are plenty of things you can do from the comfort of your home to celebrate the spring holiday.
After decorating eggs, you can hide them inside the house for your siblings to discover later. There are many other Easter-themed arts and crafts you could do as well such as making paper bunnies or tissue-paper flowers. Later, you can watch some Easter movies, like Hop, Yogi the Easter Bear, The Easter Bunny, The Miracle Maker, or Rise of the Guardians. Along with movies, you could make some fun Easter-themed snacks. Popular snacks are deviled eggs, robin’s nests, and bunny-shaped sugar cookies. If your normal Easter includes attending a church service, many churches have been adapting, and have online live services that you can watch.
In conclusion, this Easter may not be your normal extravaganza, but it does not have to be the most depressing part of the year. Many things can be done to make your Easter more cheerful, and normal. You may not get to go out and party with all your extended family, but you can still make this Easter a fun, memory-filled experience for your closest family.