Last year I wanted to make the Easter egg hunt last a little longer, so I created a fun Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt for my kids and their friends to do at our annual get together.
You can find the free printable at the end of this post.
Each kid had to find a certain number of each color egg and then had to make a dot (or an X) in the corresponding spot when they found one. The day before, I asked the other moms what color eggs and how many of each they were bringing so I could have the colors and numbers filled in before we met up.
We also had other fun things for the kids to find like a chalk egg, an Easter bunny chocolate, and more. I printed tiny pictures to add to the bottom of each printable, but you could also draw the items or write the word.
I couldn’t resist making these super cute Carrot Treat Bags filled with goldfish crackers. They are easy-to-make and were also part of our scavenger hunt.
We had our Egg Scavenger Hunt at one of our favorite parks. My son made dots on his paper with every item as he found them. One of his friends decided to go in order from top to bottom. All 3 boys seemed to enjoy it quite a bit and were surprising quiet while they went on their hunt!
Since Baby Sister was only 1 year old at the time, we made all of her eggs pink and scattered them close together. She accidentally dumped her eggs out and my son’s friend was so sweet and helped her pick them up.
Free Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt Printable
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