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Fun Outdoor and Indoor Easter Egg Hunt Ideas to Enjoy this Easter

I think it’s fair to say that the Easter egg hunt is the favourite part of Easter for most children. It’s fun, exciting, and usually ends with them having chocolate or sweets to eat so it’s not surprising!

There are lots of ways that you can create Easter egg hunts for your children, grandchildren, or friends. In this blog post, we’ll explore some fun outdoor and indoor Easter egg hunt ideas to enjoy this Easter.

  • Classic Easter Egg Hunt

Hide lots of wrapped chocolate eggs (unless it’s too warm!) in your garden and give the children an Easter basket each so that they can gather their eggs in their baskets. To make things fair with many children, have a set colour for each child or mark the eggs with names or stickers.

  • Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt

Children who are old enough to read will love finding and reading clues that will take them closer to the treasure, the Easter eggs. Scavenger hunts are great for both outdoor and indoor Eater egg hunts.

  • Fillable Easter Eggs

Eggs that you can fill yourself (made from metal, card, or plastic) are great if your want to it to be a sweet-free Easter egg hunt. You can hide other treats, such as small toys, in these eggs – they’re available in lots of sizes to suit different things. You could even fill small eggs with notes with family friendly spring jokes written on them to get the kids giggling even more!

  • Easter Hunt Checklist

Create a fun and cute Easter checklist by hand or on your computer (or find a printable option online) with things the children need to find and tick off. Include things that you know they can find in your garden like certain flowers and also things that you’ve placed there for them such as the Easter eggs and other Easter-themed decorations.

  • Glow in the Dark Easter Egg Hunt

Get some glow in the dark Easter eggs and hide these in the house or in the garden for an after dark Easter egg hunt. Then the kids can swap their glow in the dark eggs for chocolate eggs!

I will keep adding to this list as I come across fun ideas for outdoor and indoor Easter egg hunts. Feel free to share your ideas in the comments too. Of course, egg hunts are just one of the many fun Easter things things to do – plan a bunch of fun activities for your children and they’ll have the best time!

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