Easter Egg Puzzle Game: We created a puzzle with a riddle on it that would lead the kids to their hidden baskets. Each kid got a few pieces in thier hidden eggs and they all had to work together to put the pieces together! It was a lot of fun for the kids, got everyone to work together, and cut down on all the candy.
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An Easter Hunt Youll Love to Pieces: Every Easter, my mom hosts an egg hunt at her house for my two daughters, ages 9 and 5. She puts puzzle pieces in plastic eggs, and the girls, after collecting them, try putting the puzzle together to see if they have found them all. If a piece is missing, they know an egg is still out there and they need to keep hunting! --Donita Calef, Chester Springs, PA. Originally published in the March 2013 issue of FamilyFun
Take small glow sticks and put them in plastic eggs to have an Easter egg hunt in the dark - such a fun Easter activity for kids! (Also good because you have a non-edible/ no sugar alternative to hiding candy)