Follow these tips to host a wonderful Easter egg hunt your kids and their friends will love.
Each child should partner up to create teams of two, with each team given one raw egg. For the first round, the partners stand just three feet apart and toss the egg to each other. If the egg breaks, then the team is eliminated. After each round, the partners take a giant step back (becoming even further apart) and toss the egg again. The rounds continue until there is just one team left — the egg toss champions!
Kids always love a good old-fashioned sack race. Call it a bunny hop race and give each child an old pillowcase or burlap sack to hop in.
Print out a big picture of Peter Rabbit and hang it on the wall to play this Easter twist of the classic party game. Use cotton balls with double-sided tape for tails.
In this Easter relay race, participants carry eggs on spoons and then transfer the egg to their teammate's spoon. First team to complete the race without breaking their egg is declared the winner. Little kids also love the "nose nudge" game where players get down on their hands and knees and push eggs with their noses. The first player across the finish line wins the big prize.
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