As the Easter weekend is fast approaching, I’m sure many of you are starting to plan Easter egg hunts for the little ones in your life. To save you some time, I have everything you need for an Easter egg hunt in one place! From your clues, to your decorations, to a sign to let the Easter bunny know to stop here!
All of these free Easter printables can help you set up a magical Easter egg hunt, and save money at the same time, and there are lots of fun ideas to keep children entered after the Easter egg hunt too.
“Easter Bunny Please Stop Here” sign
Cut this out and hang it up, to let the Bunny know that it’s time to stop by! Kids can colour and cut out these little Easter egg decorations too.
Easter Egg Hunt Clues
A few puzzling clues makes every Easter egg hunt a little more fun. Try using these Spring themed quiz questions to add a bit more excitement and learning to your Easter egg hunt this year.
You can also make Duck tape Easter eggs to write or stick the clues on, if you need a water proof solution (depending on the weather!)
Easter Egg Hunt Signs
Every hunt needs a few signs to point you in the right direction and let you know if you’re hot or cold! We have a handy selection of signs, plus some more cute decorations to set the scene.
Dye your Easter Eggs
If you want to hide dyed decorated eggs rather than shop bought chocolate eggs, you could try these tape resist method to make some really effective and pretty Easter eggs.
Make Chocolate Easter Eggs the Easy Way
If you want to make your own chocolate eggs, you can try this simple hack to make the whole thing way easier (which is always a good thing when you’re working with young kids!)
Easter Egg Hunt Supplies
You still have time to order from Amazon. Take a look at some of these Easter essentials for your hunt.
- Easter baskets : UK / US
- Colourful plastic eggs: UK / US
- Toy filled Easter eggs: UK / US
- Cadbury creme eggs: UK / US
- Chocolate mini eggs: UK / US
Alternatives to chocolate eggs for the littlest family members:
Activities for after the Easter Egg Hunt
Once the kids have found all their Easter eggs, the fun does not have to stop! Why not keep them busy with some of these fun Easter craft ideas and activities.
Easter Egg Bunnies
Make an Easter Bonnet
The only limit is your creativity, make and decorate them however you like! Get some easy ideas here
Fine Motor Easter Hunt
This simple sensory bin has an Easter twist and is lots of fun, while developing your kids fine motor skills.
Egg Science Experiment
Sneak in some learning during the Easter holidays with this interesting and cool egg science experiment.
Make Pop Up Bunnies and Chicks
My kids loved this activity. It’s an easy and mess free craft that’s fun to play with once you’re done.
I hope you all have a great Easter weekend, and Easter holidays 🙂