Easter Games

Tuesday, 05 Apr 2011 11:54 AM

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Who doesn’t love waking up to an Easter basket full of treats and gifts? Why not keep the fun going all day long with these Easter games that are sure to provide hours of entertainment for the whole family.
 
Easter Egg Hunt
An Easter egg hunt it one of the most popular games to play on Easter. Grownups hide plastic or hard-boiled Easter eggs around the house in various hiding places and watch the children run around trying to gather the most eggs in their Easter basket. Easter basket treats
 
Pin the Tail on the Bunny
Pin the tail on the bunny follows the same rules as pin the tail on the donkey. You can use cotton balls and create a cute cartoon picture of a bunny.
 
Blow the Egg
Create a start and finish line in the grass. Have all the participants stand behind the starting line with a cardboard fan and Easter egg. Have them race to the finish line.
 
Bingo
Use jelly beans as your chips so you can eat them after someone yells “Bingo!”
 
Dye Easter Eggs
You can find a pre-made kit in most stores that will instruct you how to dye a batch of Easter eggs. The entire family can participate in this activity.
 
 

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