Add some fun and magic to your kids’ Easter Sunday Morning with a free printable Easter scavenger hunt. It’s so easy to prepare! Simply just print the clue cards, place them in their coordinating locations around your home, and leave your child’s Easter basket full of goodies at the final spot!
It’s hard to believe that Easter is right around the corner!!
And you know what that means…time for another scavenger hunt!!
I mean, it’s not a holiday in the Weber Abode without one!
Seriously, Easter is great and all, but it’s even better with a festive activity!
So I decided to whip up a few clues to take the Webettes on a treasure hunt Easter morning that will lead them to their Easter baskets!
And don’t you worry…I’m of course going to share what I made with you, so you can make one too!
So here’s all you need to do…
HOW TO PLAN AN EASTER EGG SCAVENGER HUNT
1. Download the Printable Clues
2. Print the Clues
Print the PDF on either white paper or cardstock…I prefer thicker paper so I can reuse them in future years!
3. Cut the Clues
Use scissors to cut the clues along the dotted line.
4. Prep the Hunt
The night before Easter, after the kids have all gone to bed, place the clues in their appropriate places:
- Put clue #1 out where the kids will see it when they first wake up.
“Hippity Hoppity – Good Morning to You!
Head to the dryer to find your next clue!”
- This clue goes in/near the clothes dryer.
“Now you’re really thinking fast,
go to the place our dog slept last”
- Put this card where the dog sleeps.
“Run to the room that dad loves best..
It’s also the place where he takes a rest”
- Card #4 goes near dad’s side of the bed.
“Way to go, here’s clue #4…
search around our home’s front door”
- This clue should be put by the front door.
“Yes, we know this hunt’s full of thrills
next head to the place where mom pays the bill”
- The computer/desk is where clue #6 belongs.
“Hey, Look! It’s Clue #6
Look by the chimney that’s made of bricks”
- #7 can be placed somewhere near your fireplace.
“For the next clue, you’ll find beneath
the place where dishes pile up in the sink!”
- The last clue goes under the kitchen sink.
“It’s the final clue, you’ve done well so far.
Now head to the place where we park the car.”
- There is no Clue #9 but you need to put the Easter baskets in the garage as the final destination for the scavenger hunt!
See! It’s SO.DARN.EASY that you can put this fun activity together in a matter of minutes! #easypeasy
What else do you do to celebrate Easter, besides totally gorging yourself on Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs? (well, maybe that’s just me!)
Let me know in the comments so I can add some more excitement to our day!
Until next time, cheers to having an EGGS-CELLENT Easter, and Cheers to you!
PSST – Want more scavenger hunts? If you want to see other treasure hunts I’ve created, here is a scavenger hunt for St. Patrick’s Day.
And no Holiday Season is complete without a Christmas Scavenger Hunt that you can find here!