How to Organise an Easter Egg Hunt
If you’re looking for Easter ideas to get the whole family involved, and Easter egg hunt could be the ideal solution. Easter games like these have been enjoyed for generations and do not ever get boring. Find out how you can entertain people of all ages with a good Easter egg hunt with the following guide.
• Start by deciding how many people you want to take part and send out invitations to all those you wish to participate in the Easter games.
• Gather a good selection of small toys, sweets and chocolates that can be used as the treasure to find in the Easter egg hunt. Make sure you include chocolate Easter eggs and bunnies!
• Get some plastic eggs and place all the little treats inside them. You will need around 12 eggs per player.
• Sort out some decorations to make the event much more special. Depending on where you are holding your Easter egg hunt you can place these among trees and around tables that you may set up. It is important to have food and drink set up on the tables.
• The fun part is hiding all the eggs around the play area. Make sure they are tricky to find, but not impossible. You have to ensure that every child comes away with a good amount.
• When your guests arrive, everything should already be put in place ready to start. Let the Easter games begin at the sound of your whistle. Children and adults alike can then run around searching for all the hidden gems and collect them in their baskets.
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