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.
Step2 is jumping for joy that Easter is almost here! There are so many fun craft and recipe ideas to experiment with, with the kids. We found wonderful crafts through Pinterest that can be found on our Springtime pin board. Here are some of our favorite ideas for Easter this year:
Lightbulb Lambs: Oh my, these little lambs adorable! If you have any light bulbs that are burned out or some spare bulbs that you are willing to use, grab the paint, yarn, pom-poms, and bows to create these cute creatures. These can be the perfect decoration as a table setting during Easter dinner. *Disclaimer: The Lightbulb Lambs are not meant to be used as toys by children*
20 Ways to Decorate Eggs: A tradition in many families is to decorate eggs for Easter. We have heard of dying Easter eggs or painting them but Making the World Cuter showed us twenty ways to decorate eggs. Whoa, that is a lot of colorful eggs!
Easter Bunny Treats: This recipe reminds us of making your own DIY Peeps! The recipe requires a lot of marshmallows but is very simple which means it will be a ton of fun for children of all ages! These festive treats will make a yummy desert.
Will you make any of these fun crafts for Easter? Have a Happy Easter!