Keep the kids busy this Easter
I absolutely love the school holidays, with no school runs, my babies here at home with no agenda, no rushing around or quickly scrubbing a school jumper 5 minutes before running out the door! The only thing I do struggle with sometimes is keeping them busy and entertained as they're used to those long busy routine days.
Aldi kindly let us preview and sample some of their Easter holiday goodies that will be heading in to store this Thursday (6th) to keep the kids happy at home as well as out in the fresh air. These should see us through the holidays and fill in some gaps on our holiday soon too!
For those cosy PJ days or even (but hopefully not) rainy days, the new Aldi range is packed full of craft and activity sets from less than a pound, all guaranteed to keep your little ones amused. We love the giant colouring books and are now well stocked up for some more Easter egg hunts and craft time. We made lots of sparkly jewellery today which kept the kids amused for hours, so I can really recommend the Galt fairy set which will be on sale for £5.99.
As well as the craft and toy sets, there are lots of Easter themed cooking tools if you fancy getting the kids in the kitchen for some baking fun. We love the little bunny measuring spoons and are more than partial to some tasty cake making too.
Fresh air fun
If you want to get the kids out in the fresh air and if this lovely weather stays put, then Aldi also have things covered on that front. We have a fab kite (£4.99) to try out when we get a windy day and there are heaps of buys to keep all ages entertained for days. We love our local park and anything that mixes things up a little gets a thumbs up from me. The basket ball set (£34.99) would be a fab edition to the garden for any kid this Easter too and if you're looking for something a little healthier than chocolater, there's plenty of lower priced items that would be just the ticket for the perfect gift.
The Easter activity range will go on sale in store and online from this coming Thursday, you can see the whole range as well as what else is to come, at www.aldi.co.uk.
What are your plans this Easter break?