THIS year, the Easter Holidays will be another event where we have to stay at home due to the coronavirus lockdown.

But this doesn't mean it can't be fun.

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Whether it's baking some sweet treats, having an Easter egg hunt in the garden or enjoying a meal around the table - here are all the unique and fun things you can do at home to celebrate next weekend.

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1. Easter egg hunt

Grab a bag of small chocolate eggs and hide them around the house, in a book shelf, cupboard, behind a cushion or if you have a garden you can be adventurous and have some fun.

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You don't need a lot of participants to have fun and you can kill a lot of time hunting for eggs around the house.

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2. Dye some eggs

This is a really fun activity with the kids if you have spare dozen eggs. Mix 1/2 cup boiling water, 1 teaspoon vinegar and 10 to 20 drops of food colouring in a cup to achieve desired colours.

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Dip hard-boiled eggs in dye for about 5 minutes. Use a spoon to remove the eggs from the dye.

If you want to have even more fun, you can grab some paint patterns on them too.

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3. Cook a nice meal

Often served on Easter Sunday, Lamb is referenced in quite a few Christian stories and has become linked with Easter due to the reference of Jesus being the sacrificial Lamb of God.

This tasty meat is also associated with spring-time thanks to lots of lambs being born in the UK around then.

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4. Bake a loaf of bread

Bread has a religious link and is said to represent the body of Christ and was served at The Last Supper. It is also commonly baked on Easter weekend.

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5. Hot cross buns

The cross on top of these fruit buns is a symbol of the crucifixion - which is why they are traditionally eaten on Good Friday. Hot cross buns are a delicious treat when toasted with some butter.

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6. Make Easter cards

A lot of people will be feeling lonely during the lockdown as usually Easter is a time to be with our families. If you have some spare card, pencils or pens, design a pretty card and post it to your loved ones to show them you're still thinking of them.

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7. Egg and spoon race

This will be hilarious if there is more than one of you at home. This British school tradition can be replicated at home and you could even record it on your phone and capture the whole thing on camera.

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8. Get creative

You can use random things around the house like a plastic cup and some card to cut out and make a Easter rabbit. You can decorate it and paint it however you like and it will keep the little-ones entertained.

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9. Go for a walk

Some of us would enjoy an Easter Sunday walk before tucking into a traditional meal, so as the lockdown prohibits us to one form of exercise a day why not use that time to enjoy a walk outside and spot the blossom trees.

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It could be a fun activity with the children to get them to count as many trees they can spot.

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10. Bake something sweet

There are hundreds of recipes online for Easter treats, such as bunny cupcakes, creme egg brownies, mini egg nests and if you're feeling extra why not bake a cake!