Easter Egg hunts are such fun! We usually color hard-boiled eggs the day before Easter, and then the Easter Bunny hides them for the kids to find in the morning. I was thinking of trying out some new hunt ideas, and found all the awesome egg hunt ideas below! Just Plain Fun Easter Egg Hunts! Stuff the eggs with coupons (and they give printables!) from
Grab your stickers and try this simple Easter craft! This is a great one for siblings or groups to do together. Give everyone the same egg template and creates their own decorated Easter eggs! Make Your Simple Easter Craft (affiliate links used below) stickers (try Easter themed stickers) Easter egg template Optional: pastel colored printer paper Print out a copy of the Easter egg template. We did
Easter Egg dominoes are a simple Easter game to make. In addition to the traditional domino game, we also made a version toddlers can play! Making the Egg Dominoes (Affiliate links included) Cardstock (this glitter cardstock looks fun!) scissors stickers (dot stickers for older kids, cute Easter Stickers for younger) washi tape (or a marker) Cut the cardstock into egg shapes (we made about 20).
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #EasterSweets #CollectiveBias This printable Easter Egg I Spy game is a fun (and free!) printable game for kids! The cheerful colors of Easter eggs are always one of my favorite things about Easter, which is why I love this printable I Spy game. The Easter Egg I Spy game is a
Simple ideas to get kids moving are the best! Egg racing could not be simpler – all you need is a spoon and an egg. We use plastic Easter Eggs, but you could use real eggs (I’d recommend hard boiled!). Give each child a plastic egg and a spoon – then try one of these ideas! Egg Race Ideas Simple race. Walk (easier to balance)
Paper plate crafts are easy to set up and fun to make! We especially love to make animals, like this paper plate bunny, because adding googly eyes to anything guarantees success! Set Up: 2 paper plates glue 2 googly eyes pink paint scissors black pipe cleaner stapler One paper plate will be the bunny’s face, and the other will become the ears. To make the
This is a fun and simple craft! My kids loved the sticky texture of the eggs, and each made several of these Easter Egg crafts. Making Sticky Easter Eggs Cardstock or construction paper in Easter colors Ribbons Contact Paper Double sided tape Scissors Anything else you want to decorate the eggs! Cut out large eggs from the paper. Then add double sided tape around the
These Easter Egg Window stickers take only a few minutes to make, and can be used again, and again, and again! Craft foam makes great reusable “window stickers” – and best of all, they leave no residue behind! We love using them as window art, and you can also use them to make bath stickers. Making Your Window Stickers Craft Foam Scissors Shallow container of