For the last couple of years I’ve done an Easter egg hunt for the boys. Last year I was a bit lazy (and pushed for time) and I recycled some of the clues. Which of course they spotted immediately. And they also noted that the Easter Bunny’s handwriting is exactly like mine. Not much gets past them.
This year they have expressed doubts as to the reality of the Easter Bunny. However, when I asked them if that meant they didn’t want an egg hunt this year, there were loud protests.
So I have decided to up my game this time round, and do proper rhyming clues. And then I thought that if I’m going to that much trouble I should share it, so that anyone who’d like to do an egg hunt and is pushed for time can print it off and use it.
So if you click here – Easter Egg Hunt (PDF) or Easter Egg Hunt (Word) for the editable version – that should take you to the hunt, which works with mini/funsize eggs and is almost all indoors. Feel free to use it, or not, and to pass it on. And don’t forget to brush your teeth afterwards!
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