If you usually organise an Easter egg hunt opt for using more sustainable materials instead of plastic. Paper eggs are biodegradable and wooden eggs are a great alternative and can be used year on year. It is especially important to avoid using plastic when organising outdoor easter egg hunts as if left unfound this could be damaging to the surrounding wildlife, so opt for eco-friendly materials where possible.
Instead of filling your eggs with chocolate or plastic toys why not think about alternatives like puzzle pieces to make a full puzzle or perhaps some seeds to plant in the garden.
Easter decorations are another activity which can easily become sustainable. Did you know you can create natural dye for your easter eggs? Better Homes and Gardens have a really simple guide showing how to do this using things like apples, onions and red cabbage.
To get the kids out of the house during the Easter break why not check out our guide to the top things to do in Basingstoke and Deane this Easter?