The Easter egg hunt is one of the most beloved traditions of Easter. But did you know that there are lots of creative ways to do the hunt? One trick for making the search more challenging is to assign each child an egg color. You can also fill a few plastic Easter eggs with a numbered piece of paper and if a child finds one of these lucky eggs, they win a prize. The hunt can even teach the alphabet by writing letters on the eggs. Consult eBay for more fun ways to have an Easter egg hunt.
Age SC Identify, copy, extend, and create patterns with objects and in drawings. SC Observe shapes and look for objects that are the same shape. (I would expand this activity to incorporate these standards.)