Easter DIY For Kids & Indoor Egg Hunt Ideas

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Plan an Easter egg scavenger hunt

Put clues inside plastic eggs, with each clue leading to the next egg — and finally, to the grand prize Easter basket.  To make the prize extra special, be sure to add some Happy Easter cards and personalized Easter gifts.

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Plan a virtual Easter brunch

Schedule a FaceTime or Zoom call with friends and family and plan to eat a celebratory meal together.  Even though it’s not the same as being in the same room, families can still experience “togetherness” and conversation while eating favorite dishes.

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Have an Easter baking competition

Even if you don’t want to make it a competition, you could still bake cupcakes and let everyone decorate their own.  The goal is to keep some traditional activities and re-think them to fit current circumstances.

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Complete  an Easter puzzle

Create your own personalized photo puzzle by adding an Easter message or cute pictures of your family.  Hide the individual puzzle pieces into the eggs and try putting the puzzle together after the hunt.

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Have an Easter egg hunt at home with a twist

Stick little messages inside plastic eggs that tell your kids to do something fun — hopping like a bunny or singing a song — while searching for the next egg. No matter how you plan on spending the day, these Easter activities are perfect for kids and adults alike.

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Host an Easter outfit fashion show

If you already bought a special outfit for Easter, don’t let it go to waste. Get out your easter bonnets, shiny shoes, and lacy dresses to host a fashion show at home.  Play runway music, strike a pose for the cameras, and video the experience to share with family!