It’s official, the Easter Bunny is not restricted by the recent social distancing rules. Why? well because he’s a bunny of course, so our family Easter egg hunt will still take place this year.
This year for most people Easter will be a little different. But in the hope to keep some normality for the kids, and make Easter day still feel like Easter, we’re plannning our family Easter egg hunt albeit with the confines of our house and garden.
We have always done egg hunts with the kids, and it’s something they have grown to expect from Easter day. Traditionally, we used to have them at Nana and Grandad’s, along with their cousin.
My parents are lucky enough to have a lot of outside space, so the Easter egg hunt had them running all around the fields and various outbuildings as well as in the house. It took up quite a large portion of the day. The rest of the day of course was consuming vast quantities of chocolate!
When they were little it was just hiding brightly coloured eggs for them to find. However as they got older and learnt to read, my Dad has been taking great pleasure in making up clues and hiding them around.
Easter Egg Hunt Clues
This year it’s my turn. So today I have spent a large chunk of the day coming up with Easter egg hunt clues and rhymes to hide around our house and garden for the kids tomorrow. I designed them in Canva, and they are all ready to be hidden tomorrow along with some eggs.
I thought I would share the clues with you, as I suspect lots of parents like me are trying to design their own hunts for tomorrow.
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Pin Easter Egg Hunt
I hope you’ve found this useful. I’ll update the post with some pictures of the egg hunt tomorrow.
Do you have an Easter egg hunt? or do you do things a little differently? I’d love to hear about it if you do in the comments.
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