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30 Easter Games, Crafts, and Recipes for Kids

by Rebecca Eanes

Easter Games

11. Plastic Egg Memory Match

For this game from Creative Kids, you’ll need plastic eggs, jelly beans, and a timer.

  • Separate plastic eggs, placing each half down on the table with matching jelly bean pairs under them.
  • Try to make a match by uncovering two eggs at a time.
  • If there is no match, place eggs back over jelly beans and try again.
  • The object of the game is to make all the matches in 60 seconds.

12. Peeps in a Nest

This game found at Lifeway Kids looks like a hoot! Have one player hold a bucket on top of the head while the other player tries to toss as many peeps into the bucket as possible in 60 seconds.

13. Easter Basket Scavenger Hunt

I found this scavenger hunt at Kids Parties. Get an Easter basket for each player filled with typical Easter basket items and hide each item around the house or yard. Give each child a paper with clues as to what they are looking for, and a hint as to the location of the basket so they can put the remaining items inside. Then send them off!

14. Bunny Hop Sack Race

Who doesn’t love a good sack race? All you need is a pillow case or burlap sack and a ton of energy! I found this bunny hop sack race at SheKnows.

15. Pin the Tail on the Bunny

Here’s an Easter spin on a classic game found at Better Homes and Gardens. Draw a simple bunny on construction paper and use cotton balls for the tail.

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16. Nosy Egg Roll

This game from Kids Activities is sure to bring giggles. The object of the game is roll as plastic eggs across a table using only your nose! You can either race or beat a timer.

17. Egg Roll

From About Parenting comes this egg roll game.

  • Give each child a hard-boiled egg
  • Mark a clear start and finish line.
  • The object of the game is to roll the egg from start to finish any way you can without cracking the shell!

18. Easter Charades

Hop like a bunny, chirp like a chick. This game from Oriental Trading is fun for kids of all ages.

19. Egg Toss

Set up Easter buckets of varying sizes in a row and tack scores to each bucket. The further away the bucket, the higher the score.

20. Matching Halves

How quickly can you put the eggs back together? Find out with this game from Little Bins for Little Hands. You’ll need a package of multicolored plastic eggs, mismatched. The object of the game is to put all the eggs back together correctly in 60 seconds or less.

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