What are you doing for Easter this year? It’s time to get cracking on the fun and festivities! Whether you attend a local Easter egg hunt with your family or decide to get creative and make your own this year, these DIY egg hunt ideas are awesome. Try one with your kids this year, and don’t be surprised if it becomes your family’s new holiday tradition. Most of these homemade egg hunts are easy enough that you can do them anywhere—including in your Indian Rocks Beach vacation rental. It doesn’t get any better than spending Easter at that beach!
This is one for the Lego lovers in your life. Split up the pieces of a new Lego set and put them in plastic eggs. Once your kids find all the eggs, they can spend the rest of the morning assembling it. Fun!
This one isn’t for the faint of heart! As long as you can deal with confetti all over your house and yard, you’ll be fine. These DIY confetti eggs are irresistible to crack over someone’s head… and elsewhere.
Skip the candy overdose and instead fill your kids’ Easter eggs with raffle tickets. They can collect them and trade them in for a bigger prize—and there’s no lingering sugar high.
Time to add a little more silliness to your Easter egg hunt this year with a fun, free printable that will get your kids moving (and giggling). You can use these ideas or create your own.
Everyone wants to find the golden ticket! Rev up your kids’ excitement by adding a special golden ticket to one or more of the Easter eggs. The finder of the ticket gets to trade it in for a really special prize or treat.
If you’re looking for a super simple Easter craft for the kids that only requires two supplies, here you go. Make bouquets or “plant” them outside for a cute garden. You can even use them in a hunt for the littler ones.
Once the Easter egg hunt is over, have kids use their empty eggs in a reverse hunt. Give them a list of things they need to find and put in their eggs: items found in nature, something that matches the color of the egg, etc.
Make your Easter egg hunt go beyond just a search for the eggs. Use this fun and free Easter Egg Hunt Checklist to find more things. Your kids will love the extended search and have more time to enjoy it all.
What’s better than an Easter egg hunt? A nighttime one, of course! Thanks to some glow sticks and medium to large plastic eggs, you can put this together in a snap, literally. The kids (and kids at heart) will love it.
Create a special message or cute design on a blank puzzle. Break up the puzzle and put each of the pieces in an egg. Once all the eggs are found, the kids can work together to see their special prize.
If you’re looking for even more DIY Easter egg hunt ideas, you can check this out. Happy Easter!
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