Egg-citing Easter Activities for Your Kids Around the Metro

Happy Easter!


By: Katherine Marfal-Teves

Looking for Easter Sunday activities for your kiddos for this coming April 1? Well, don’t worry, because you won’t run out of amazing activities that kids of all ages will surely enjoy. Wherever you are in the metro, you will find one that’s near you. Here’s just a few:

Fishermall, Quezon Avenue

While shopping for their favorite toys, your kids can also celebrate their Easter Sunday with the “fluffy bunny plush toys, and pastel and chick-inspired pails and eggs” at Toy Kingdom.

SM Malls Nationwide

The egg-citing activities at SM malls in the country have already started last March 18 and will continue until April 1. Aside from Easter egg hunting activities, they also have bazaars, fashion costume contest and arts and crafts workshops. Visit their Facebook page to learn how you can join the fun.

Robinsons Malls Nationwide

Troop to any Robinsons branch near you on April 1 and treat your kids with Easter egg hunting activities, games, and shows.  Check the branch you’re planning to visit for the specific pass mechanics and activities. You can also visit their Facebook page for more information.

WalterMart Branches

If your kids are members of the Walter Mart Kids Club, bring them to any Walter Mart branch near you on April 1. There are Fill-a-Bag and other egg-citing activities from 1pm-4pm. Come early as the activity can only accommodate first 100 kids.

Venice Grand Canal Mall, McKinley Hill, Taguig

Aside from the Easter Egg Hunt activity, your kids also have a chance to meet and greet their favorite superheroes like Catboy, Owlette, and Gecko with PJ Masks Easter Eggventure, at #VeniceGrandCanal on April 1.

To join the fun, just present a P1,000 single purchase receipt of any PJ Mask merchandise. Meet and Greet is scheduled at 4 PM & 6 PM. Other activities for Easter Sunday are Superhero Workshop & Makeover, Romeo Science Show, Create Your Own PJ Mask, and Interactive Game Booths.

Kidzoona Branches

Playing at Kidzoona becomes more exciting as they have prepared Easter egg hunting activities that give kids a chance to win loot bags, discounted tickets, and playtime freebies.  Easter Egg hunting activities for April 1, Sunday are set on the following timeslots:  11:30 AM, 3 PM, and 6 PM. To reserve slots for your kids, call 831-7112. You can also check out their Facebook page to learn more.

Active Fun Select Branches

Active Fun branches like Ayala Malls The 30th, Rockwell, BGC, and Evia have some great egg-citing activities on April 1, happening the whole day. There are Easter egg hunting games and shows for the kids. Lots of free-play tickets, goodies, and prizes will also be given away. Ticket price starts at Php600 for the whole day event. You can call them at 869-0800 or visit their Facebook page.

EDSA Shangri-La

You can also indulge in the complete Easter treat from EDSA Shangri-La bearing the theme “The Kingdom under the Sea: The Easter Adventure” on April 1, Sunday at 1 pm at the Isla Grand Ballroom. Ticket starts at Php2,200 net per head, which includes event passes to live entertainment, Easter egg hunting activities, souvenirs, a filling bento box lunch, a lavish dessert buffet and more.

Get one free ticket when you purchase four regular priced tickets. You can call 633 8888 or email [email protected] if you have further inquiries.

Apart from the abovementioned Easter egg hunting activities, you can also check out the activities that your neighborhood has prepared for the kids. Most often, villages hold free Easter egg hunting activities for their residents to enjoy.

Easter egg hunting can also be done at home. Allow your kids to create their own Easter eggs. It’s not just a great family bonding, but it can also serve as an arts and crafts activity for your tots. For inspiration, you can check this out.

Happy Easter Sunday and let the risen God guide us all in our parenting journey!

Katherine Marfal-Teves is a mom to a 3-year-old future heartthrob and building blocks artist. She would love to know herself more through her poems, stories, and articles.

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