Last weeks Family Frugal Linky was bursting with ideas for things do with the kids in the upcoming school Easter holidays.
Invitation to Decorate…Easter Cards from Multicraftingmummy
Melted Crayon Wood Slice Easter Eggs from My Nearest and Dearest
Pom Pom Bunnies and Chicks from Mum in the Madhouse
Nature Print Eggs from Mosswood Connections
Easter Egg Smash from Stir the Wonder
Paint Chip Easter Eggs from Sunny Day Family
Puffy Paint Easter Eggs from Study at Home Mama
Paper Plate Crazy Chicks from Multicraftingmummy
Easter Splat Art Painting from Multicraftingmummy
Washi Tape Easter Egg Gift Bags from Teach me Mommy
Yesterday we celebrated my mother-in-law’s birthday with a lovely home-made birthday cake and her requested favourite tea “Chicken Curry”. I always buy a full free range chicken, rather than just buying chicken breasts. The price tag may appear to be expensive, but one whole chicken will easily make three meals to feed our family of five. We take the breasts off to dice up for a chicken curry, we then roast the legs, thighs and wings with some veg for a healthy tray bake another night and we boil up the carcass with a few vegetables to make some delicious stock, which will form the base of a lovely soup or risotto.
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2 thoughts on “10 Frugal Easter Activities for Kids”
Thanks for sharing our Paint Chip Easter Eggs! I love the list you've put together!
Thanks Laura and no problem!
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