We usually do an egg hunt at Easter (and yes, we find usually find an errant egg around Flag Day, which is why we stick with plastic). This year, though, I'm going to have my tween do a scavenger hunt for her Easter basket.
You can structure your hunt any number of ways, be it leaving an egg with a clue at each location, or a piece of candy. You could also give your kiddo an empty basket with the first clue and hide a different item for their basket at each location. There's no right or wrong way to do it.
I left the final clue blank so that you can fill in wherever you want the hunt to end.
I got some help with this hunt from the Easter Bunny.
You're so sweet you should next check under the honey.
Peter Cottontail went hopping down the Bunny Trail.
To find your next clue, though, you'll have to check the mail.
At Eastertime there are tons and tons of eggs,
Look for your next clue among the pants you wear on your legs.
Getting frustrated? Hang in there! Don't give up!
Instead go check inside of a cup.
The chicks all around this Spring are known to say "cheep," You should go look where you sleep.
The Easter bunny is known to hip and hop,
Now go check where we keep the mop.
Getting frustrated? Don't blow a gasket.Head to the _____________ to get your Easter basket.
To bring you extra Easter cheer, you can find a printable version of the clues here (or just click on the image).
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