Easter Egg Hunt Clues
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Ideas for Easter Egg Hunt Clues
An alternative to making a map for an Easter egg hunt, is to write clues for each of your guests.
You can either write one clue for each hunter to follow or write a series of clues for everyone to find. If you decide to use a series of clues, you need to make sure that they allow each hunter to find an Easter Egg. I.e. you don‘t want the fastest child to carry off a hoard of eggs before everyone has had a chance to find one.
One of the best ways to do this is to have all the Easter Eggs in one place so you can make sure everyone gets one. You can do this by giving your guests Easter Egg Hunt Clues that eventually lead them to the Easter Bunny’s lair (your stash of Easter Eggs), where you can hand out eggs to each child.
Your clues should have an Easter theme within the instructions. For example, a clue might ask them to hop like the Easter bunny from one clue to another, or it might ask them to complete an Easter related task before moving on to the next one.
For example, you Easter Egg Hunt clues could be something like;
“The Easter Bunny needs help in inviting his friends to the next Easter Egg Hunt - please can you help him by making an Easter Card”.
“The Easter Chick has lost all her eggs. You can make her happy again by decorating a special Easter Egg to give her as a present”.
Alternatively, take a look at our idea for a Easter Egg Hunt Map.
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