“It is pretty obvious why kids love the Easter bunny so much, because he brings them loads of candy on Easter. But there are other reasons why children enjoy the Easter holiday and the Easter bunny so much. For one, children tend to love animals and the Easter bunny is just one big lovable bunny. They see him as comforting then, instead of somewhat scary as many kids find Santa when they meet him for the first time because he is a strange person and they are not sure what to think about him.
If you ever get your kids Easter bunny pictures they are usually smiling, because most kids find that they are very comfortable sitting with the Easter bunny and are having a great time. The history of the Easter bunny is actually quite long and interesting, and if you really want to get your kids involved with the history then you should teach them about where the idea of the Easter bunny really came from, and most importantly of all, what the Easter Holiday is all about.
Only when a person is educated on a holiday are they able to celebrate it to the fullest, even children. They are going to feel special knowing that they understand what Easter is all about and they are only going to love it that much more from now on.
Easter Game Ideas
Once you have talked about the Easter bunny and how cool he is, playing some Easter games with your kids will be a lot of fun and be a great way to spend the day. There is one game called Bunny Tail, and what you do is get some sort of material or an actual fake bunny tail if you can find one, and you put this on one of the children and that child runs around with the others trying to catch them and get their tail.
This game is basically like tag, only with a little Easter twist on it that makes it that much more special.
There are lots of other great game ideas that you can play with your kids as well. They are sure to love the Easter Bingo game, and all you need to do to play this game is buy a regular Bingo set and then modify it a bit to make it more for the Easter holiday, and give out candy as prizes.”