I know most people will have dying Easter eggs in their heads as possible activities around Easter time, but I wanted to make sure it was on everyone's radar.
There are lots of kits to dye eggs you can buy at the store. There are kits with glitter, stickers, even outfits! (see below) You can also do some home-made dyes. The first thing you want to do is either blow out eggs or hard-boil eggs. You want to do the boiling with plenty of time before you dye so they can cool completely.
This is a fun time to talk about colors--all things colors. Tint, shades, color mixing, etc. Have lots of fun!
|Two year old Brayden happy after dying eggs|