Follow the trail and search for the colourful and cute Disney inspired character eggs during a fun-filled Easter egg hunt!
- Sticky tape
- Treats (optional)
Decide on your location and identify 12 hiding spots. Note: If the kids are quite young then maybe make sure you hide eggs at ground level so it’s fair.
Print out a sheet of eggs and cut out the shapes. Hide all the eggs around your home, garden or park. Remember, to set some safety guidelines before they start.
Print out a trail sheet and write the clues in the boxes. Clues can be as simple as you want. For example, ‘Look beside the purple flowers’. Or you can make up rhyming clues like, ‘Look around the garden, search a lot, somewhere by a flower pot.’
Take everyone to the starting point and read out the first clue. The child that finds the egg, keeps that egg. Once the egg is found, regroup at that location and read out the next clue.
Print out a paper ‘basket’ for each child so they can add their eggs into the sheet when counting how many eggs they’ve found.
The child with the most eggs at the end of the hunt — wins!