Your family will love all these creative ideas for your family easter egg hunt to keep your kids surprised
For your older kids make the easter egg hunt a little harder by giving them a list of types or colors of eggs they need to find.
This is great for younger kids who can’t quite hunt for eggs. In this activity you fill the eggs with different sounds and objects for them to open and inspect.
This Greek Easter Bread looks delicious!!
Use Jelly beans to practice some math skills including: counting, adding, subtracting, and sorting.
via Lasso the Moon
Make your own Easter Basket out of Papier Mache. Once it is done take it on an Easter Egg Hunt!
via Red Ted Art
Make your own Easter Grass out of construction paper and a shredder!
via Teach Preschool
Use your eggs to do a science experiment this spring.
Create this Easter Egg Pattern game for your preschooler to play inside if it’s too Rainy to have an Easter Egg Hunt.
These are great ideas for tweens that are more challenging than your average Easter Egg Hunt.
via Tween Hood
Have some fun with your Easter Eggs by putting Confetti in them to have some fun after you find them.
Have an indoor or night time easter egg hunt by making your Easter Eggs glow in the dark!