Isn't it lovely to feel the warm spring sun on your face as nature reawakens after the long winter months, and everything starts to turn green and burst into bloom. At Easter, life gets even more colourful!

Now that spring has sent winter packing, it's double the fun to lap up every little ray of sun, get lots of exercise outdoors and recharge your batteries.

And to make sure your mobile devices keep up with you on the move, we recommend our "my POWER BANK!". Best of all: you can design your "my POWER BANK!" the way you want. The surface can be painted and designed as you like. The starter set includes three templates with figures like unicorns, mandalas and letters and an indelible marker pen.

Ha-ha, no! Tulips, though, are the most popular of all the spring flowers. There are 5,000 known varieties. Depending on the type, the bell-shaped blossom starts to sprout out of the flower bulb between March and May. The colours of the blossom vary from white, yellow, pink, red to blue and black.

However, if you'd like to know where domesticated and wild bees really do live, and if you'd like to build a bee nesting box, then open our do-it-yourself craft instructions.

Pancakes with honey... hmmm... yummy! Let Mum and Dad help you to make them.

Maya's tip: pancakes also taste delicious with chocolate spread or jam! You can stack several of them to make a little pancake tower or eat them one at a time.

Pancakes with honey... hmmm... yummy! Let Mum and Dad help you to make them.

Maya's tip: pancakes also taste delicious with chocolate spread or jam! You can stack several of them to make a little pancake tower or eat them one at a time.

LED Book Light 2CR2032: the flexible light for relaxed reading fun

  • Even light beam to fully illuminate the page
  • 150 mm flexible stem for easy positioning
  • Clip suitable for fastening to all materials

Print out the pretty postcards to make yourself. Cut along the line, fold in the middle and glue the two halves together. Done!

Not quite... why not brighten up Maya and Willy and colour in the postcard, too!

When you're finished, write your happy spring wishes on the back, fill in your friend's address, stick on a stamp in the top right-hand corner and take it to the Post Office.