You know how sometimes you do the same thing, year after year, just because it is what you have always done, year after year? That might sound deep – but it’s not. I’m just talking about Easter Egg Hunts.
I pride myself in being creative and original. I love coming up with cool ideas for my kids. But for some reason, Easter egg hunts totally slipped under the radar. My excitement level has been hovering right around level one.
But this year, I thought about just that! I thought I should find some Easter Egg Hunt ideas that brought the excitement level up just a little bit.
Lucky for me, there are oodles of creative Mama’s out there that have Easter Egg hunt ideas covered.
Here are some of the coolest ideas, bound to knock my little bunnies socks off!
Egg Scavenger Hunt to Make Words from Hands On As We Grow – This literacy twist on an Easter egg hunt has children searching for letters to make Easter-themed words.
Color Scavenger Hunt with Easter Eggs from Sugar Aunts – A reverse egg hunt idea for young children learning about colors and color words.
Glow in the Dark Easter Eggs from Lil Luna – I bet kids of all ages would love searching for lighted Easter eggs.
Spelling and Sight Word Egg Hunt from Teach Beside Me – A great combination of an Easter egg hunt with learning sight words.
Ideas for a LEGO Easter Egg Hunt from Frugal Fun for Boys – These ideas are perfect for little (and not-so-little) LEGO hunters in your life.
ABC Egg Hunt from Toddler Approved – Incorporate uppercase and lowercase letter identification into an egg hunt for the kids.
Easter Egg Color Matching Game from Make and Takes – Mix it up for this egg hunt! Kids have to find differently colored eggs based on picture prompts.
Puzzle Pieces Egg Hunt from Mother’s Niche – Puzzle pieces can be placed in eggs and hidden around. Children assemble the puzzle for clues about more Easter fun.
Hunting for Animals That Lay Eggs from Mother Natured – Combine an Easter egg hunt with learning about oviparous animals.
Exercise Eggs Find and Move Scavenger Hunt from No Time for Flash Cards – This sounds like a fun way to spend a rainy spring day!
Easter Egg Number Hunt from A Mom with a Lesson Plan – Let the kids practice their number identification skills in this planned-out egg hunt.
Family Tree Egg Hunt from Mums’ Days – Such a wonderful idea for a toddler Easter egg hunt, especially if you’re trying to stay away from the sugar.
Easter Egg Shape Hunt from Little Family Fun – This egg hunt lets children explore their knowledge of basic shapes and colors.
Easter Egg Hunt Bubble Bath from Momma’s Fun World – Who says an Easter egg hunt has to take place outside? This bubble bath version sounds like a blast for the kids.
Easter Egg Hunt Map Reading from Inspiration Laboratories – Encourage map reading skills as children hunt for Easter eggs. Turn the tables and have the kids hide the eggs and draw the parents a map!
Reverse Easter Egg Hunt from Crystal and Co. – Such a fun idea for an egg hunt! I wonder what the kids would fill the eggs with?
Beginning Letter Sound Easter Egg Hunt from This Reading Mama – Hide different small toys in with the eggs, and then link that to the letters the kids are working on.
Fine Motor Easter Egg Hunt from In the Playroom – What a genius idea for kids who are working on their fine motor skills?!
A Different Kind of Easter Egg Hunt from Life as Mom – This sounds like the perfect way to include different prizes into an egg hunt.
The Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt from Let’s Get Together – An amazing family tradition, although it’s likely more suited to older kids. With some tweaks, I think younger children would be able to join in, too!
SO many creative ideas! I am actually getting excited to plan a special hunt for my special little people.
I hope you found a few special ideas perfect for your special little ones too friends. Thank you so much for reading!
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