Are you looking for a new and exciting Easter egg hunt to host this year? While the idea is the same, the hunt can be different. Here are a few different Easter egg hunt ideas. You can have a different type of Easter egg hunt every year!
Easter is a wonderful time of year and what better way than to try one of our Easter party ideas. We have ideas ranging from Easter egg decorating to Easter games for kids and Easter party crafts for children.
Sometimes Mother Nature does not consider our plans for an outdoor Easter egg hunt. Therefore, it is necessary to plan ahead for an indoor Easter egg hunt party.
An indoor Easter egg hunt party can be a lot of fun because you have the opportunity to transform your home into an Easter Wonderland. There are many decorations you can make or purchase to create an Easter Wonderland in your home.
Easter party crafts are a great way to keep kids occupied at an Easter party. Keep it simple, yet fun. Kids love to let their creativity shine.
- Toilet paper tube
- White and pink construction paper
- 2 - Wiggle eyes
- Cotton ball
- Black marker
Adults love the hunt, too. The Saturday before Easter is the perfect time to host an Easter egg hunt and cookout for your friends and family that are 21 years of age or older. When sending out the invitations, make it clear that the kids are to be left at home, as prizes will be for the “mature” crowd.
There are lots of fun Easter party games for kids that can be played at an Easter party. While an Easter egg hunt is the main event for the kids, this will only take up about 20 minutes of time. Therefore, you need to be prepared to keep the kids entertained by playing some of these fun and simple Easter party games.
Are you looking for a unique Easter party idea? How about having an Easter egg decorating party? Kids love to decorate eggs for Easter. With a blank white egg and a child’s imagination, an egg can turn into magic right before your eyes.
If you are hosting an Easter egg decorating party, you will want to have some fun and unique ideas to share with the kids. Of course, allow the kids to use their own imagination. However, the kids will appreciate any new ideas that come their way.
There are many ideas you can share at an Easter egg decoration party. This article will show you the steps to make “Farm Friends.” You can also set up a table for “Flying Friends” or a station for making a “Just Like Me” Easter egg.
Easter Egg Hunt Invitations
An Easter egg hunt is best outdoors. This way you are able to invite as many people as you want and not worry about whether everyone will fit. Invite the neighborhood kids, your child’s friends and classmates, the soccer team, or scout group. The more the merrier.
If you are able to hand deliver your invitations, make up an invitation on a small piece of pastel paper and put it into a plastic egg. On the outside of the egg, write “to” and “from” in permanent marker. For those you can’t hand deliver, just put into an envelope and mail. The kids can decorate the envelopes to give it a more personal touch.
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