Easter Egg Hunt Ideas

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Easter is such a fun holiday to celebrate for both kids and adults! With the weather getting warmer and children dressed in their Sunday best, Easter brings with it the promise of spring and warmer weather. One of the best parts of celebrating Easter is the infamous Easter egg hunt that all the kiddos participate in together. Whether you’ll be hosting an egg hunt or attending one this year, add to the fun and the challenge by providing clues to where the eggs are.easter egg hunt ideasPersonal Creations provides printable clues that are perfect for any age. They have several options from which to choose.  You can use them for an indoor Easter egg hunt or an outdoor one. The clues, which are in the form of a riddle, guide kids to where you’ve hidden the eggs.  Just be sure you understand the clues yourself so no one winds up disappointed! (Kidding!  They give you the answers just in case you need them.) 

Egg-stra Ideas for Your Easter Egg Hunt:

To make it even more exciting, you can offer a big prize to find an egg at each of the clue locations. An additional Easter basket or an extra bag of candy are a few ideas. 

Before you send the kids off on their interactive Easter egg hunt, be sure you have enough eggs. Depending on their ages, you’ll want to plan for 15-20 eggs per kid. Don’t forget to fill the plastic eggs with small prizes or coins.  Everyone loves pennies!  If the kids are at an age where they’re likely to feel left out, be sure everyone gets an Easter basket too.  Possibly you can plan time for everyone to make their own basket before the big hunt!  Use our easy directions.

Interactive Easter Egg HuntThis is such a cool idea! It combines the fun of a traditional scavenger hunt with the traditional Easter egg hunt to create an Easter game even the older kids will be excited about. Younger kids may need to be paired with an adult or older sibling for help solving the clues.  Hey!  Holidays are about family, right?

Give our egg hunt ideas a try this Easter and let us know how it goes. 

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