Our annual Easter Egg Hunt is in full swing on Step2.com now through Monday, April 6 at 11:00AM ET. If you find a golden egg on a product detail page, you will get 20% off that item.*
Some bunny gave us a hint that there are golden eggs on products in the following categories:
Don’t see an egg? No worries! Take 10% off all Step2 products (excluding clearance and combos) with coupon code EGG2015 at checkout.
*20% off discount only applies to products with a golden egg on the main image. In order to receive the discount, you must enter the coupon code found on the product page at checkout.
Happy hunting! We hope you and your family have a joyful Easter celebration. In observance of Good Friday, our offices will be closed on Friday, April 3.
We’re jumping for joy that Easter is only a few days away! There are so many fun activities and treats to enjoy with your little bunnies. Does your family like to participate in an egg hunts? To kick off the celebration, we’ve come up with five creative places to hide your kiddo’s Easter eggs. These hiding places are for indoor or outdoor hunts.
Inside corner of a playhouse
Inside a play kitchen sink
Floating in the water of an activity table
Inside the mailbox
Hidden inside the toy box
Will you be hiding your kid’s Easter eggs in any of the toys?
*Adult supervision is recommended during this activity.
Spring is here and that means that it’s time to splish, splash and dig with a sand and water table! This month’s craft will go perfectly with your little one’s sensory activity table and provide hours of imaginative play fun for your kiddos. Instead of going to the lake to catch some fish, we’re reeling them in, in the backyard or playroom!
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Cut out the fish stencils your kids would like to use.
- Trace the stencils onto the foam and cut them out.
- Place the mini clothespin onto the foam fish.
- Cut the string for the fishing line. You can make the string as long or as small as your tots would like.
- Tie the string onto the clip and the wood stick. For extra make believe fun, you can make the string longer and wind it up when youngsters pretend to catch the fish.
- Place the fishing poles in the water and wait for the kids to say they caught a bite!
After this craft, your kids will be mini fisherman! This artistic and sensory play activity can used inside the playroom or outside in the yard. You can make plenty of fishing poles for your whole family to use to be a part of the pretend play fun!
Will you be making this fish-tastic creation this spring?