Easter Games:


6 Easter Family Games


Spoon Races: Eggs and spoons are all you need for this game. You could include relays and obstacle courses to egg it up a bit. To make it easy for younger bunnies, place something on the spoon to make the egg stick.


Easter Egg Rolling:
A popular game that is even played on the South Lawn at the White House on the first Monday after Easter.

Find a hill, pick a colored egg, and roll them down the hill. The egg reaching the base of the hill first is the winner. 


Easter Egg Bowling:
Color boiled eggs and leave one white. Roll the white one into the centre of a room and take turns to see who can roll their egg closest to the white egg.


Hunt For Your Color:
To make easter egg hunts fun for the older and the younger bunny by adding this simple twist,  have eggs painted a certain color for each child. At the start of the hunt, give each child a different colored egg for their basket. Tell them this is the color that they're supposed to hunt for (any other colors don't count) and also the number of eggs that are hidden. The first child to find all their eggs wins a special Easter basket. 


The Hunt In The Dark:
Have each bunny bring their own flashlight from their home. The easter egg hunt is done when it's dark indoors or outside.

Find your Name Hunt:
Write the name of each child on an egg. The person that finds their own name wins a prize.