Get things hopping this weekend with Easter inspired fun. Have eggs and no dye?  We have 32 no-dye alternatives to Easter egg decorating. When you’re finished, we have 24 ways to upcycle those cartons into creative crafts. Want more? Read on for over 130 ideas on ways to craft, play and be inspired Easter day (and all weekend long). Happy Hippity Hop, everyone!

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Upcycle Your Plastic Eggs
After your Easter egg hunt, be sure to hold on to those empty plastic eggs. We’ve found 24 creative ways to re-use the shells, from creating egg-shaped bird feeders to making sprinkle-filled bath bombs. Enjoy an Easter afternoon of crafts with the ideas here.

Blast Off with Science
Join a NASA engineer at 4 p.m. on Fri. for live science projects. Have questions? Mark Rober will answer them on-the-spot during this interactive session.

Hop Like a Bunny
Make Easter day Game Day with these hoppin’ games. Hold a Potato Sack Race in your backyard (or a nearby park) or improve gross motor skills while practicing the ABCs with this jump-and-learn game.

Bust a Rut
Everyday at 4 p.m. EST, LOL Surprise shares boredom busters and fun at-home activities on their IG.

Knock, Knock… It’s the Easter Bunny
Yuk it up with a new, Easter-themed joke. We’ve rounded up 26 jokes for kids (here) to tickle your funny bone.

Hit RePlay
Missed a LiveStream this week? Check out some of the best streaming content now with a replay. Some of our favorite shows can be found here.

Ink an Egg
Forget traditional dyes. Take egg decorating to new levels with temporary tattoos. Or check out 32 other alternatives to Easter egg dyes here.

Rock It Out
Rockefeller Center’s Rock and Roll Playhouse offers daily fun with story times, live music performances,

See the Lights
Forget the National Cherry Blossom fireworks (they’ve been canceled anyway), the best show in the sky is Nature’s own display of the Northern Lights. You can watch them live here.

30 Ways to Play in April
Looking for more ideas for this weekend? Make a butterfly mask, organize a treasure hunt or hike your own ‘hood. We’ve rounded up thirty ideas for April fun here.

—Meghan Yudes Meyers