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  • Amy Henderson-Willard

    Cool idea! Turn the focus from candy to cleverness and co-operation with this Easter egg jigsaw puzzle game. On the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle, write a riddle that will lead your kids to their Easter present. Then sit back and let your kids have fun putting the puzzle together and figuring the riddle out. For older kids, could even make it into a bigger scavenger hunt thing.

  • Melissa Barnes

    Easter egg hunts with a twist. Hide puzzle pieces in the eggs. Find all the pieces to complete the puzzle. Get an Easter or spring themed puzzle at the dollar store, put it together and write a clue over the entire puzzle with permanent marker. The kids must find each puzzle piece (in their eggs) and put the puzzle together to find their Easter basket (or prize).

  • melody Rigdon
    • 1 year ago

    this looks like fun!! Heather Curtis ... so we would have the same thing in their baskets?? like a big choc bunny and a toy?? or something like that???

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