Discover 10 ways to make a creative Easter egg hunt! Fun ideas and recipes that Grandma would be proud of!
10 Ways To Make A Creative Easter Egg Hunt
Here you will find 10 ways to make a creative Easter Egg Hunt! Looking for ways to put a twist on the traditional Easter Egg Hunt?! Here you will find tips and ideas for planning an Easter Egg Hunt that the kids will remember all year-long.
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What about an Easter Egg hunt guided by the Easter Bunny?!
COLOR CODED HUNT
A great idea would be to use the “only hunt for your color” idea. This method works well when you’re trying to create an Easter Egg hunt for multiple children. Each child will find their own “special color” egg. This will help create a more fair advantage, especially for little ones.
Glow in the Dark Easter Egg Hunt
What a fun way to do something unique for Easter. A Glow in the Dark Easter Egg Hunt. For more information check out this Glow in the Dark Easter Egg Hunt.
Knock The Egg Out
If you’re trying to put another twist on an Easter egg hunt for older children… fill a basket with Easter Eggs that you put the basket in a high place such as a tree. You could use baseballs or crab apples to knock the basket down.
Animal Planet Eggs
Try adding in Animal Planet Grow Eggs in this pack it includes 3 different eggs that HATCH right out of their shells. This would be a fun addition to any Easter celebration.
Pirate Egg Hunt
For this Easter Egg hunt create Pirate Treasure Chest baskets. You could even add pirate hats to wear. Give the kids each a treasure map and let them find the eggs. You could place golden eggs around for them to find. Another idea would be to place gold coins inside the eggs or spread them around for extra fun.
The Easter Story Egg
The Easter Story Egg Book Family tradition. Celebrating the true meaning of Easter with this interactive hands-on activity. The Story Book starts on Palm Sunday and continues through Easter Sunday. Children will open a new egg each day discovering the Easter story and follow along as they learn about Jesus.
The Golden Egg
The Golden Egg Easter Egg hunt. When there is a one-of-a-kind Easter Egg… it’s a BIG deal! The kids love it! 🙂
Ideas to put in the Golden Egg:
Piñata Egg Hunt
A unique twist on an Easter Egg hunt. Fill a Pinata with Easter Eggs, treats, and prizes. The kids will sure to love smashing the pinata to find the fun treats.
Stamp the Egg
Add a twist to your Easter Egg hunt this year with these Stamp eggs. You could create a Scavenger hunt list leading up to finding these animal stamps.
Each animal would have to be marked off to get their secret message that will reveal their big prize at the end of the hunt.
We hope you found some ideas that will be helpful to create a fun experience for your next hunt!
If Easter crafts are your thing you have got to see the gigantic Easter Bunny feet to make!