Easter Egg Hunt Hot
We know that Easter egg hunts are a favorite activity for many kids and adults during the Easter holiday. This year I found a great Easter egg hunt idea. To have one special “Easter Bunny” egg with a prize in it. To make this egg, you will need a plastic Easter egg, 2 medium white pompoms, 1 small pink pompom, 2 googly eyes, pink craft foam, glue, and scissors. Cut out two large bunny ears from the craft foam. Glue it to the top of the Easter egg, about one inch apart. Then, glue on the eyes below the bunny’s ears. Next, glue the pink pompom below the eyes in the middle of the egg. Then, glue the white pompoms below the pink one to form the bunny’s chubby cheeks. Fill the egg with a special candy or prize for the lucky kid who finds it!
Also purchase small plastic Easter eggs based on the number of people that are going to be at the hunt. Typically between 15 and 20 eggs per person is a good number of eggs to prepare for an Easter egg hunt. If the hunt is with older children or if you want it to be a longer, more challenging activity, purchase more eggs to hide at the hunt. Fill the eggs with jelly beans, chocolate, coins, or any other small prizes. You can also use real eggs decorated in different colors. Then, when the kids turn in their eggs, each color is traded in for a specific prize (candy, toy, etc.).
If you had a coloring contest remember to announce the winner at the Easter Egg Hunt.