Easter is right around the corner, and we’ve got the perfect free printable activity for your family! These Easter egg scavenger hunt clues cards are a fun way to keep the Easter Egg Hunt fun going. Just print out the cards, cut them out, and hide them around your house.
Hop on down to the link to download and print at the bottom of this page!
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Printable Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt Clues Cards
There is only one thing better than a scavenger hunt is an Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt. Using the printable clue cards, the work is done for you for your hunt. Each card tells you where to hide the next card. You can print the cards again and again, either for multiple egg hunts or so each kid has their own set of cards.
How Does a Scavenger Hunt Work?
For the Easter egg scavenger hunt, kids will search for the area of the house that the clue tells them where to look. You can use the cards to hide the eggs or use the eggs to hide the clues. The clues will lead the kids from one place to another, until the kids get to the ultimate location, usually with a prize.
Some people’s family traditions with the Easter Bunny use these types of scavenger hunts to lead the kids to find their Easter baskets. It is the perfect indoor egg hunt idea.
How to Set Up the Scavenger Hunt
To set up the indoor Easter Egg hunt, you will want to download and print the clue cards. Once the cards are printed, you will want to cut them. I love using a paper cutter for that because it saves so much time.
Then you will add the clue cards to the Easter Eggs or hide the eggs where the clues belong and you are ready to go.
What ages is this hunt best for?
This scavenger hunt for Easter is best for school age kids. Younger children can do this Easter Egg scavenger hunt with help, since it involves reading. Older kids, like teens, will still enjoy these Easter Egg hunt clues if the clues are hidden a little harder.
How to Do an Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt with Clues With Kids of Different Ages
It can be hard to do a scavenger hunt when you have kids of multiple ages, so you can do it in a few ways.
Work as a team– This works well with some older and younger siblings and some siblings just love to be on a team. For other, this might be a fight in the making.
Give all the kids their own color– If you want to make sure all of the kids get the same fun experience, you can give each child their own color eggs. That means, kids will only find their own eggs and that means that all the kids get the same amount of fun.
Get Ready for Your Indoor Easter Egg Hunt
Download and Print the scavenger hunt with clues cards.
Place the clues in plastic Easter eggs.
Place the clues in different places around the house and wait for go time.
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