Since many of us are going to be stuck inside this Easter Sunday and many of us have little ones we still want to make this easter as normal as possible for them. Since we can not go to community easter egg hunts or be in big groups with family here are some at home ways to make your Easter egg hunt fun!
1. Make the Easter egg hunt interactive!
Since they might not be able able to run outside and get their energy out like they normally would, let's get creative! With each egg, they find you can write a little activity/exercise for them to do whether it be to run around the couch five times, do some jumping jacks, hop like a bunny, do a somersault!
2. Leave clues for the next egg!
Instead of jam-packing the house with eggs, you can hide a few around and make clues in each egg to lead them to the next! It combines an egg hunt with the excitement of a scavenger hunt!
3. Switch up the prizes!
It can be hard to come up with prizes to fit into those little plastic eggs so switch it up with some rewards they can have throughout the following weeks such as 10 minutes more of screen time, staying up 15 minutes past bedtime, or getting out of their least favorite chore.
4. Include a Word Search!
If you really want to go the extra mile you can make your own word search! You can add clues to where eggs will be hidden or you can add treats that they can possibly receive if they find the word. Hunting for letters can be just as much fun as hunting for eggs.
5. Turn the Tables!
Once they have found all of their eggs let them hide a couple for you to find! they can use the "hotter/colder" method to help guide you to their secret hiding spots as ling as you promise you won't peak!
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