5 Ways To Get Creative On Your Easter Egg Hunt This Year
Easter of 2020 is unique before it even starts due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn’t mean that you have to give up on the holidays or epic Easter egg hunts with your kiddos!
Here’s 5 ways on how you can still stay safe and have fun on your egg hunts:
- Time Your Search
If there’s one thing that’s going to spice up your yearly egg hunt, it’s going to be doing it timed! If you have a bigger family you can give out first, second, third place prizes (all equally cool of course, to avoid the fights), to the kids who find x amount of eggs first.
- Make A Treasure Map
Take a twist on the classic and create a treasure map of where you’ve hidden all of your Easter goodies! Bonus points if you leave clues inside of the eggs to reveal secret spots!
- Easter Olympics
At the end of the hunt, host an awards ceremony! This eggcelent idea will be fun for you and the whole family!
- Easter Egg Hunt Checklist
Make a checklist of eggs for your kids to look for! Example: find 3 pink eggs, 1 blue eggs. Not only will this practice patience with your kids, but can also help with learning colors and numbers.
- Obstacle Course
Looking for plastic eggs filled with candy is fun but it’s even more fun when you add obstacles! If you’re looking to stay inside or if you don’t have a yard, set up small traps with your eggs to make the hunt more challenging.