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Eggstra-Fun Easter Activities For You and The Kids To Enjoy

Nicola Wiseman

With Easter just round the corner, and the children on half term, you might be stuck for ideas on Easter activities. But, have no fear, we have put together a list of top activities that are eggstra fun for both the children and you!

1.       Make an Easter Wreath

This is a fun activity for all to enjoy! Simply grab yourself a fir wire wreath and get gluing. Try attaching some fun painted plastic eggs to show off your Easter spirit. You could even consider adding some stuffed bunnies around the wreath for extra decoration. This is the perfect holiday decoration to display on your front door!

2.       Hold an Easter Egg Hunt

This is the perfect activity for the Easter holiday! Whether you hold your Easter egg hunt indoors or outside, it is sure to bring out the laughter in your home. Hide the chocolate or plastic eggs around your house and garden and let your little ones find them.

3.       Bake Easter Treats

One of the best pastimes to spend with your children is baking. Why not try your hand at making some Easter themed cookies? For added fun you can decorate them using brightly colour icing sugar. If cookies don’t take your fancy, you can also try making chocolate nests!

4.       Hold an Egg Race

All you need for this is spoons, eggs and participants. Set out your predetermined course and let the race begin! The winner will be whoever reaches the finish line first with their egg on their spoon. Why not make it more fun? Hard boil the eggs and let the children decorate them with paint!

5.       Head Out For a Cycle

Dependant on weather, pop on your helmets and hop on your bikes! Go out and enjoy your favourite routes! Make sure you keep an eye out for the Easter Bunny!

6.       Go on a Scavenger Hunt

A much-loved activity in any household! Enjoy an Easter themed scavenger hunt and off you go. Hide a range of Easter themed clues for your little ones to find, leading them to the big prize at the end.

7.       Have Fun!

Any type of holiday should be all about having fun! So, what are you waiting for? Get out there and enjoy the Easter holiday with your family!

If you are taking a trip outdoors, make sure you are all wrapped up to stay warm and dry. Check out our range of children’s waterproof jackets. We have a variety of colours and styles for you to choose from. Have you discovered our adult waterproof coats and over trousers? Now you and your children can be matching!

Sports Relief 2018: How To Get Involved

Nicola Wiseman

Sports Relief takes place every other year, alternating between Comic Relief. It usually falls on years that coincide with the Summer and Winter Olympics, as well as the World Cup and European Championships. It is based around getting active, doing something you love or learning something you may end up enjoying. By fundraising for Sports Relief, the charity is able to help those with a diverse range of needs.

There are a number of great ways that you can get involved with Sports Relief. Whether that is joining in with national challenges or joining in with events at work or school, there is something for everyone of all ages and abilities.

Sports Relief believes that everyone deserves to live a happier, safer and healthier life. By choosing to get active for Sports Relief, it allows them to raise money to help tackle critical issues that affect people not just within the UK, but also around the world. Since 2016, Sports Relief has:

•         Treated over 900,000 people across Africa with anti-malarial drugs

•         Helped over 3.4 million people in Africa through neonatal, maternal and child health funding

•         Helped more than 50,000 people in the UK living with a mental health problem

If you want to do something with your family during Sports Relief this year, then why not join in with the Nation’s Billion Steps Challenge to beat one billion steps per day, every day, for the week of Sport Relief? When you’re out getting the steps in, make sure both you and your little ones are warm and dry! Check out our new range of adult waterproof jackets, and go matching with your little ones with our children’s waterproof clothing

Download the Sports Relief app today and start tracking your steps and fundraising!

Don’t Let The Weather Stop You Celebrating World Book Day

Nicola Wiseman

Yesterday marked World Book Day. This is a celebration of authors, illustrators, books and reading! Fun fact, it’s the biggest celebration of its own kind. It has been designated by UNESCO as a worldwide celebration of books and reading, as well as this it is celebrated in over 100 countries all over the world!

2018 marks the 21st anniversary of World Book Day, it encourages children of all ages to come together to celebrate and appreciate reading. The aim of World Book Day in the UK and Ireland, is to bring together and encourage children to have fun and enjoy exploring fantasy lands and worlds whilst learning. Encouraging children to read will not only create enjoyment in a world of fantasy but will also highly benefit their cognitive development. Evidence suggests that those children who read every day, not only perform better in reading tests, but also gain a broader vocabulary, have a better understanding of cultures and increase their general knowledge.

Some of the most popular costumes include Characters from:

·         Harry Potter

·         The Hunger Games

·         The BFG

·         The Very Hungry Caterpillar

·         Winnie-the-Pooh

·         The Cat In The Hat

·         Charlotte’s Web

·         The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

And many more!

World Book Day is in partnership with schools across the UK, they will be distributing more than 15 million £1 World Book Day book tokens. When you receive your book token, all you need to do is take it to your local book shop and swap it in for one of the then new and exclusive free £1 World Book Day books! The book token redemption period is from Monday February 27 - Sunday March 26.

Dry Kids sells the best waterproof clothes to handle the sudden turns of the weather. When the snow and wind is a bit much, just put the Dry Kids Warm Padded Children’s Jacket on your child and they’ll be taking it head on. When walking through the snow, make sure you have our Classic Wellie Boots to help to keep your little ones feet warm and dry!