How to make a magical Easter egg hunt
1. Choosing the eggs
You might want to use chocolate eggs, which are quick and simple, and already wrapped! Or you might want to use plastic eggs, which you can fill with non-sugary treats. Or, you may want to use decorative eggs, which can be traded for treats (3 eggs = 1 treat).
2. Inside or out?
You may have a tiny house, or there may be giant thunderclouds outside – luckily a good Easter Hunt can work indoors or out. Tip: Make a list of all the places you have hidden the eggs, so that after the hunt, you can be sure that there are no eggs left behind.
3. Eat up!
Now that you've found the yummy Easter eggs, it's time to enjoy them!
Toni Street shows you how to create a simple Easter egg hunt in your own back yard.
The outdoors hunt
The indoors hunt
Top 10 places to hide your eggs
Behind trees - In vegetable garden boxes - Under swings/slides - In the sandpit - Taped under outdoor chairs - Under outdoor tables - Under the stairs - In the gumboots - In a pot plant - On a fence.
Taped under chairs - In pot plants - Inside lampshades - Inside cabinets - Under tables - Behind doors - Behind curtains - Under beds - On the window ledge - Inside a shoe