Easter Games for kids, teens, and adults! Activities that will make you and the Easter Bunny laugh out loud.
What You Will Need To Create The Games
Readi-Board White Foam Board (2)
Pink Poster Board
Plastic Easter Eggs (Find 100 pc. set here!)
Hot Glue Gun/Glue (Find a Fantastic price here!)
Plastic Easter Eggs (AWESOME DEAL!)
In fact, the best part about these Easter Games is that you can choose to play them indoor or outdoor.
We have small groups and large groups that like to play!
Also, they could be used to hop, skip, jump, or dance in Easter activities, Easter egg hunts, or party games.
As well as, at a carnival or festival, for a PTO school party, Sunday school, Girl Scouts or Scouts!
Hence, the possibilities are endless!
How to Create Bunny Feet
Did you know that these bunny feet stem from our Bigfoot game?!
Before we get started just think how many people can say they’ve walked in the Easter Bunny’s shoes (or feet)?
With our help, you can!
The Funny Bunny Easter feet were created with one fuzzy furry pink rabbit in mind!
Of course, they also needed (animal-like) bunny footprints that look so cute you want to tickle them, lol!
Speaking of the E.B.! Ever watch the movie Hop? It’s about a young Easter bunny (E.B.) also (voiced by Russell Brand) that travels to Hollywood to work on living his dream of being a rock and roll bunny. During his journey, he meets (James Marsden), who together figure out what they were born to do.
Awesome, movie right?! If you haven’t seen it? I highly recommend it!
It’s become a family tradition during Easter to watch it every year!
Plus, you have to see what happens with the jelly beans, lol. #silly
Back to the Funny Bunny Easter Game!
DIY Easter Games
First, you will need two sheets of Readi-Board White Foam Board or white cardboard.
Keep in mind that you’ll want something thick and big but not slippery.
Tip: If you are playing with multiple children you will want to make more than one set of bunny feet. Therefore, if they break you’ll have backups! Bonus, it’s cuter for social media pictures too!
Next, cut a bunny foot out of the foam or cardboard. Our feet were approximately 2 feet 2 inches long and 1 foot and 1/2 wide.
After that, you will need to cut out six oval shape paw prints (for the toe) area. See picture below.
We used approximately 4 x 4 inches for our bunny paws.
Add the toe prints on with tape or glue.
Before you get ready to take off on your Easter bunny encounter! You will want to add the pink sandals.
When you add the pink sandals remember the mirror effect!
For example, it will prevent them from having two left-footed feet, lol.
I picked up an inexpensive pair that I hot glued right to the middle of the cardboard.
Yes, just in case, hot glue worked fantastic for us and the sandals held through the entire game.
Besides sandals, you could make it, even more, budget-friendly by using recycled tissue boxes and hot glue the tissue box to the top of the cardboard.
Perfect for little kids to slip their feet in.
After that, your funny bunny feet are ready to play!
1. Hippity Hoppity Relay Race
Finally, you’re ready to play! First, seek out and find an area (sidewalk or grass) that you can have a relay race. Along with a starting line and a finish line.
Each player will need to line up on the starting line with their bunny feet on. As the timer goes off each child (or player) will need to walk or hop to the finish line as quickly as possible.
In addition at the finish line, you could make the game extra-adorable by placing a line of Easter eggs for the kids to hippity hop over at the end.
Whichever player hops over first without breaking an egg will win the game!
Ready to get in on the fun! You literally will only need three things to play this game.
It’s that simple and that easy!
How To Play the Peeps On My Head
First, you’ll need to have one child put a shower cap on their head. Fill the top of that shower cap with shaving cream.
Have the second player stand about 3-5 ft. away from the player wearing the cap.
Allow each player one minute to toss as many marshmallow peeps to the top of the player’s head wearing the cap.
Whoever gets the most peeps on to the cap within a minute wins.
As a result, the more peeps you have stuck to the top of the cap makes it more fun for both sides! The player wearing the peeps on their head and the player throwing it!
Every player and guest will be laughing at this hilarious easter game!
3. Draw a Funny Bunny
How to play Draw a Funny Bunny is easy as 1, 2, 3! Simple and kids to adults will love it!
What you will need to do is hand out a paper plate and a black marker to each player.
Designate a host to call off the parts to draw.
First, they’ll need to draw a circle.
Next, 2 bunny ears, a nose, eyes, mouth, and whiskers!
Whichever player has their Easter Bunny the closest to a rabbit wins!
However, in this game their’s two winners because the funniest bunny wins too!
4. Egg Hunt Tag T-Shirt
Fill the eggs with your favorite treats (these treats here are Perfect!) Equally important, you will want to put a piece of tape on the egg to hold them shut.
After that, use a glue gun to add them to the shirt. Appoint one person to wear the shirt (preferably an older child or teen.)
Have the player wearing the shirt run around the yard and have the other players try to snag the eggs and prizes off of the shirt. Whatever the player can snag… they win!
Get the full instructions for the Egg tag shirt here!
5. Funniest Easter Egg Hunt Ever
For starters, our Easter egg feet are just too funny!
However, add in Easter eggs and a timer. This minute to win it Easter egg Hunt becomes the funniest thing on social media!
How to Play
Throw several eggs out into the grass and leave enough room for the “Funny Bunny” to come through.
Set one minute on the clock and see which bunny is the fastest at picking up their eggs! Whichever E.B. has the most eggs wins!
DIY Games are so FUN for Easter! All of these would work for DIY games for kids, DIY games for couples, DIY games for indoor or outdoor use, and all sorts of DIY games to play!
Get ready, get set, go!
What is your favorite game to play for Easter?
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