5 Creative Easter Egg Hunt Ideas For Adults And Kids 🐰🥚👨‍👩‍👧‍👦🎊🐰

Spring is finally here, and that means Easter is just a hop around the corner. This year, family gatherings may be smaller than usual and limited to indoor spaces, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still have fun. Easter egg hunts are not just for children, it is something friends and family of all ages can take part in if you tweak the rules of the game a bit! Here are five creative Easter egg hunt ideas for the whole family.

Glow In The Dark Easter Eggs

Mix things up with a glow in the dark Easter egg hunt. It is very simple to set up, and you can fill eggs with snacks or rewards of your choice. Playing indoors, you don’t just have to wait until nightfall to start, you can also close your curtains or blinds to play anytime throughout the day. Being in the dark makes it fun not only for younger kids, but teens and adults love it too.

The “Experience” Egg Hunt

Rather than hiding candy or chocolates in your Easter eggs, consider hiding other treats for the whole family to enjoy. Write out little rewards and experiences on slips of paper to hide in the eggs. Whatever you find is yours to keep.

For your kids, personalized notes can include:

  • Stay up late
  • Have an ice cream cone
  • Pick the movie tonight
  • Build a fort
  • Breakfast for dinner

For adults and couples, those notes could include:

  • 10-minute massage
  • Candlelit bath
  • Your favorite dinner cooked for you
  • Breakfast in bed
  • Make cookies together

These are experiences you can enjoy together, even after Easter has passed.

Reverse Roles Easter Egg Hunt

There’s no denying that kids love an Easter egg hunt, but they don’t always have to be the ones looking for the eggs. A reverse role Easter egg hunt allows kids to hide the Easter eggs for you to find! Give yourself a short time-limit to find some Easter eggs, and anything left over the kids get to keep. Of course, limit or count how many eggs you give them, so you aren’t finding chocolate between the sofa cushions throughout the rest of the year.

Scavenger Easter Egg Hunt

There are two ways to do an Easter egg scavenger hunt: Make a list of eggs that need to be found, like one pink egg, one striped egg and one egg with jelly beans inside. If you make everyone’s list unique, the candy will be shared evenly. Alternatively, you can put clues inside eggs that will send your egg hunters looking all over the house, eventually leading to a larger prize. Don’t forget to number your clues, so they aren’t followed in the wrong order.

Healthy Snacks Easter Hunt

Who said Easter hunts were just about eggs filled with chocolate and candy? Switch it up and hide delicious, healthy snacks instead. Bunny James Boxes have special Easter baskets, with anywhere from 5 to 15 different healthy treats. Some even come with an adorable plush purple bunny. These are great for people with dietary restrictions, allergies or belonging to special food tribes. A Bunny James Easter Box is a more unique and personal way to celebrate Easter with your loved ones.

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