The Three Best Things To Do On Zoom This Easter

Easter is almost upon us. It’s a time of hope and optimism. And this year is no different as it could well be one of the last big occasions we have to make the most of via digital means. Yes, Easter could see the last of the regular Zoom calls with family, but that doesn’t mean you should make any less effort.

There will be tons of activities to enjoy across the bank holiday weekend and if you’ve already scheduled time in with loved ones, we’ve put together three activities that are almost certain to keep everyone entertained…

Easter Bonnet Competition

Nothing says Easter like a bonnet competition. Growing up many of us spent hours putting together special seasonal hats and what better way to spend a video call with friends than harking back to the good old days with a bonnet contest. You could come to the call primed and ready with your Easter hats, or even have a live competition in which people are given a set amount of time to complete their hats with rewards then given to the winners.

It’s great for all the family and will really get the creative juices flowing, as well as plenty of laughs along the way.

Easter Bingo

Easter Bingo

Easter always brings around the same sort of things going on, which lends itself perfectly to a game of bingo. Thankfully, to help us along the way Moon Bingo has created a limited edition bingo card which is perfect for playing across the Easter weekend. It features all the things you’d expect to encounter during Easter and over Zoom you could give everyone 10 minutes to go and mark off as many things from the card in their house that can be found.

The likes of daffodils, eggs, chocolate, and all the usual suspects on there, with the bingo card found directly below:

Prizes should of course be up for grabs for the person to mark off the most items on the card. But we’ll let you be the judge of what should be won.

Dressed Egg Competition

Dressed Egg Competition

Another way to get crafty is by hard-boiling an egg and decorating it in as creative a way as you please. Dressed egg competitions are a British institution and what a way to round of Easter than a competition with all your friends. You can set the rules how you please, bringing a wealth of elements into the equation from budgets to themes. I mean who doesn’t want to see a raft of dressed eggs based on characters from Stranger Things or The Crown?

Again, it’s one to either set the challenge before or have limited time during the call, but it offers oodles of fun and a great way to spend Easter Sunday.