Celebrate Easter by taking your kids to see the Easter Bunny at your local mall or by riding the Easter Bunny Express Train. Again, remember to take lots of pictures so that you can cherish the memories for years to come.
There are lots of ways you can share the Easter story with your children. You can begin simply by telling the story from your heart. Then, if you wish, you can also read the story together directly out of the Bible. Additional ways of sharing the Easter story include reading children's books about Easter and watching an Easter movie together. In time these can become traditions you'll look forward to sharing again each year.
If you haven't found a "home church" for your family, Easter is a great time to begin looking. Begin by asking around for recommendations. In addition, check the religion section of your local newspaper to find out what types of services are available. Don't limit yourself to the church buildings you see driving around town, as lots of congregations meet in alternative locations, such as school auditoriums. In addition, make a list of things you're looking for, such as children's programs, an active youth group, or a single parent support group. This will help you find a place to celebrate Easter that best suits your needs.