Text TALKING to 70085 to donate £5 to Alder Hey Children's Charity
(Texts cost £5 plus your standard network rate)

Easter Sunday might look a little bit different this year. But that doesn’t mean the kids have to miss out on a special Easter egg hunt. Charlotte Ryder @life.simplystyled shares her top tips on how to get creative at home with the kids this Easter.

We love planning our Easter egg hunt every single year and this year will be no different.

It’s a fab way to get all the family you’re staying at home with involved, and you can all enjoy a chocolaty reward to celebrate your hunting success!

Draw out maps of the garden, your home or wherever the egg hunt is going to take place. This will help the kids navigate through the clues you give them on step 2.

Make the clues! We like to make ours rhyme, so our first one will be: "Start your hunt at the door, take a good look around not forgetting the floor”. And that’s where the Easter baskets will be.

Get them active with your clues! We get the girls to hop, skip, dance and even jump to the next egg hiding spot. You could even make it into a little obstacle course for them, trust me they’ll love it.