Easter Egg Hunt 1     Treasure Hunt

1.   Reverse Easter Egg Hunt

Have your children make at least five eggs each and hide them around the house. When they are done hiding them, the parents look for them and the child whose egg is found last wins a prize.  Image Source: Shelterness

2.   Treasure Hunt

Keep things interesting by setting up a treasure hunt for kids. Give each child a map using pictures for those who can't read yet. Cut out a picture of a chair, for instance, or draw a coffee table to show them where the eggs are. Make the clues more tricky for older kids, for instance a specific novel on the book shelf or a certain herb growing in the garden.  Image Source: Childhood 101

 

Name Egg Hunt     Math Egg Hunt

3.   Name Egg Hunt

Write the kids names on the eggs and who ever finds the most eggs with their name first, wins a special prize.  Image Source: Shelterness

4.   Math Egg Hunt

Place numbers on each egg and hide the higher value eggs in harder-to-find places. The person with the highest number after adding them all up wins an extra little prize.  Image Source: Deck the Holidays

 

Alphabet Egg Hunt     Hunt By Colour

5.   Alphabet Egg Hunt

Write letters on the eggs and set the kids loose on their egg hunt. Offer extra Easter prizes for the kid who makes the most words from their egg stash.  Image Source: See Vanessa Craft 

6.   Hunt By Colour

Colour code the eggs you hide according to age so that means the younger kids can hunt for the easier to find red eggs, while the older kids go for gold. It means little kids have an equal chance to find the eggs while also fostering a co-operative spirit amongst the kids who will try to help the others gather the eggs they aren't entitled to.

 

Glow in the Dark Egg Hunt     Follow the Bunny

7.   Glow in the Dark Egg Hunt

Grab a flash light and go on a hunt to find the eggs under the moon and stars. This is a great way to include the older kids (and adults too!).  Image Source: Raising Little Disciples

8.   Follow the Bunny

Make bunny footprints near each hidden Easter egg to give the kids some easy hints as to where the eggs are hidden.   You can also try making the footprints out of plain paper or even sprinkle some talcum powder and put a bunny paw print in it with your fingers.  Image Source: Kidspot

 

Sensory Bath Hunt     Fitness Easter Egg Hunt

9.   Easter Egg Sensory Bath Hunt

Place eggs and toys in a huge bubble bath and have them feel around for the eggs.  Image Source: Growing a Jeweled Rose 

10.   Fitness Easter Egg Hunt

Get them moving and hunting at the same time.  Place fitness activities and clues in eggs, then make them complete the fitness activity before moving on.  Image Source: Super Healthy Kids

 

Checklist Egg Hunt

 11.   Checklist Egg Hunt

For large Easter Egg Hunts, make checklists for each child for them to complete. Give each child a basket with a checklist and pencil in it and instruct the kids to find ONLY what is on their checklist and no more, otherwise someone else would be without enough. Make all of the checklists the same for each child and make sure you have enough eggs hidden so that everyone can complete theirs. You can have a grand prize too, for whichever child completes his checklist first by finding all of the items the fastest!  Image Source: MzTeachuh