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Published on: 03 Apr 2017 by jamyy

A bundle of creative Easter Egg Hunt Ideas

This year for your annual Easter egg hunt, it’s time to get a little creative. Here are a bundle of ideas to add a touch of originality to your holiday festivities.

Idea 1: Deliver a Secret Message

Deliver your kids some big news, like a trip to their favorite theme park, or send a simple message through a fun delivery method. In each of the hidden eggs, include a single word or even single letters that will create your secret message. After the kids have hunted for and found all the eggs, have the children crack them open and work together to unscramble the Easter egg scavenger hunt riddles and decode whatever secret message you’ve got in store for them.

Idea 2: Let the Kids Do All the Work

Setting up a traditional Easter egg hunt is not that difficult, so why not sit back and enjoy a cup of coffee while your kids get down to business? Give each child one color of eggs and some small candies and treats. Then have them fill and hide the eggs for one of the other children. They will go out and hunt for a different color, filled and hidden just for them. Creating the hunt can be just as fun as the hunt itself.

Idea 3: Do an Actual Treasure Hunt

Instead of typical Easter egg scavenger hunt riddles, get a Tupperware, cardboard box or other sealable container and fill it with all of the typical Easter goodies and candies. Tuck clues inside the hidden eggs and have the children follow a trail to where you’ve hidden or buried the treasure. A sandbox can be an easy place to actually bury it. Bonus points for a plain brown cardboard box painted to look like a real treasure chest.

Idea 4: Hunt to Fill the Eggs

This can be an interesting twist that doesn’t have to Involve the usual sweet treats. In each of the hidden eggs, place a small piece of paper with an adjective written on it, such as a color or texture. Task your kids with finding items around your home or yard that match the adjective and fit inside the eggs they’ve found.

Idea 5: Have an Eggtastic Lunch

This is another straightforward idea that’s pretty easy to execute. Make a simple lunch, a sandwich, small crackers and bite-sized fruits and nuts, such as grapes and peanuts. Make sure to cut the items so that they can fit inside the eggs. Put the packed eggs inside an egg carton or tuck them inside their lunch box or brown paper bag, and then send your kids off to school. When they open their lunch, they’ll be surprised that this egg hunt is all about finding the surprises inside. Don’t forget to put a little something sweet inside one of the eggs as a special Easter treat.

Remember the Easter egg hunt is really all about the kids having fun. Try one of these creative options to give them all a change this holiday weekend.


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