Easter traditions aren’t just for kids, they’re also important to adults, families, and communities. Creative and fun ideas for Easter can be enjoyed by seniors at home, assisted living facilities, church, or in senior clubs and senior centers. Think beyond chocolate bunnies and plastic eggs to find Easter activities and Easter crafts for seniors.
Re-Pot Easter Lillies
Simple Easter decorating ideas include putting symbolic Easter plants in festive holiday pots. Lillies are one of the most symbolic flowers used at Easter because they represent the purity and hope of Christ’s resurrection. If you can’t get a lily or you’re having a non-religious Easter celebration, you could also use symbolic spring flowers like tulips.
Plan a Secret Bunny Basket Exchange
Kids aren’t the only ones who love receiving a basket full of Easter goodies. Take the idea of a secret Santa gift exchange and replicate it at Easter with a secret bunny basket exchange. Put the names of all participants in a bowl and…
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