Greetings from Peter Rabbit himself! This tricky Easter Egg Hunt in the Snow is PERFECT for kids or adults!
Easter Egg Hunt in the Snow
A hilarious challenge for children or grownups is an Easter egg hunt in the snow! Spread the white (blank) Easter eggs out and get to hunting! Plus, find super cool prizes here for the adults and non-candy fillers and candy fillers for kids!
Just keep in mind Snow Day safety rules! With that said the best time to host an egg hunt in the snow is early morning or afternoon.
What You Need
Snow! (Don’t live near snow? Check out this “fake” instant snow powder that may be fun for the kids!)
White Easter Eggs (Highly Recommended!)
Rules of the Easter Egg Hunt in the Snow
Rules of an Easter Egg Hunt in the Snow! Keep in mind that you will want to make sure there is enough snow on the ground to hide the eggs. However, for little kids, you don’t want to make it too difficult by putting the eggs too deep in the snow.
In addition for older teens or grown adults the more difficult the Easter egg hunt is the funnier it will be! True statement, “You know people over 18 or 21 have never been able to contain themselves around “free candy!” LOL
This is no traditional hunt, we are not looking for Cadbury eggs! We want the hard stuff to find! That means pure white plastic eggs, boiled eggs, or hilariously decorated eggs! Don’t forget about the GIANT easter eggs too! Can you imagine the surprise with these clear jumbo eggs?!
Tips: Set boundaries for the hunt so kids or adults will not wander off too far from the event while looking for the eggs. Prior to the Easter egg hunt in the snow, you’ll want to check for any hazards in the area. That could include holes in the ground, garbage, or outside equipment. Lastly, create a map of the hidden eggs. This will allow you to keep track of the blended in eggs!
Easter Egg Hunt in the Snow Ideas
Some of the funniest pictures of kids are hunting eggs in the snow! Moms, Dads, Uncles, and Aunts have a blast spreading out the eggs and letting the kids go for it! If you want to make the hunt easier use colorful eggs! If you want to make it harder it’s important to use these eggs here! You could also use plain boiled eggs! You could mark the areas off with colored snow as well.
Wrapping Up Easter Egg Hunt in the Snow
Don’t let the weather stand in your way! Make the best of the opportunity in front of you and help your kids and friends enjoy the best Easter egg hunt in the snow this country has to offer! “Remember the happiest people do not have the best of everything, they make the best of everything they have!” -author unknown
Get ready, get set, GO!
What is the craziest Easter egg hunt you’ve ever attended?