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An egg hunt is a great activity for all the family at Easter! If you have small children who are going to participate, you can help them find all the eggs with a few simple clues like this sign from Design Letters or even a map...
The easiest and simplest egg hunt idea is to hide eggs around the home or out in the garden, and let the children find them. Use candy eggs, chocolate eggs and real, coloured eggs. This way, there will be lots for the children to collect during the egg hunt! If you have small children, you can use a few different, visual clues to help guide them to the eggs. Here are some simple egg hunting clues you can try:
You could even combine different clues and ways of directing them to make it more exciting for the children to find their way to the eggs this Easter!
Perhaps the Easter bunny left some paw prints when they were hiding the eggs this year?
For something a little different give the children a checklist full of clues that they must complete before they get their Easter eggs.
Dye real eggs in different colours and ask the children to collect one in each colour.
If you want to organise a slightly more advanced egg hunt at Easter but which is still suitable for small and slightly older children, you can use a checklist filled with clues and activities that the children must complete before they get the Easter egg. Give the children one list that they must complete together or their own list that they can tackle and the Easter egg hunt is on! Set them simple tasks like finding eggs in three different colours or to pick a flower from the garden. Once the children have checked everything off the list - then the Easter bunny's Easter eggs are waiting for them! You might even turn the activities into clues that lead the way to the bunny's hidden stash of eggs.
Maybe hide a real egg among decorative eggs for Easter. Who will find it first? Easter egg hunts are fun for the whole family!
Do you have older children or maybe some adults who also want to join the egg hunt? Then you can organise a slightly more advanced clues for the egg hunt in the form riddles that lead the players to the hidden prizes.
If you have older children or perhaps some adults who would like to participate in the egg hunt, then you can invest in arranging a more advanced egg hunt with riddles or clues to lead the eager participants to hidden prizes. Depending on the age of those taking part, you can adjust the level of the clues but hiding the eggs in places with an Easter theme is a great place to start.
Easter is a playful time of year and with spring knocking at the door, it is the perfect opportunity to let the children play in the garden in search of the Easter bunny's treats. If you want more inspiration for Easter you can find table setting ideas and more on our inspiration page.
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