Many people – both religious and non-religious – celebrate Easter every year. It’s a nice time to hang out with family and to eat some rabbit shaped chocolate. But, there’s more to this well-liked holiday than meets the eye! In many circles, it’s traditional for there to be a yearly Easter egg hunt, or similar variations.
It fits well with the story behind Easter too! The idea of an Easter Bunny coming into your home and hiding chocolate is ingrained into mythology, much like Santa Claus leaving presents for children at Christmas. And – just as many adults still write “from Santa” on gifts they give to one another – many people still like to hide things at Easter, claiming that a giant rabbit did it, and host an Easter scavenger hunt for ‘old times’ sake’.
Easter Photo Challenge Scavenger Hunt for Children
Easter Photo Challenge Scavenger Hunt for Adults
Easter Riddle Scavenger Hunt for Children
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Items covered for this Riddle Easter egg scavenger hunt are:
Eggs, Nests, Basket, Easter Dresses, Peeps, Grass, Flowers, Chocolate, Shell, Dye, Duck, Sunday, Pot, Chicken, Candy, Cross.
Hosting an Easter Scavenger Hunt:
Knowing What to Hide for an Easter Scavenger Hunt
In the traditional stories of the Easter Bunny, the thing that is usually said to be hidden is eggs. This might lead you to think that you should hide eggs on Easter so that you can mirror the plot of the holiday, but you need to be careful with doing so. Real eggs can cause a lot of complications when you’re hiding them around your home, or your property in general. You need to make sure you keep careful count of how many are hidden, which ones are found, and where unfound eggs still are at the end of the Easter scavenger hunt. If you don’t keep careful track of all of this and you manage to lose an egg somewhere then it will eventually begin to rot. If you have ever smelt rotting eggs, then you know that this is a terrible occurrence. Should you insist upon hiding real eggs then consider dying them festive colors beforehand. It’s an Easter tradition and it will make any children involved more interested in hunting them down. In fact, it makes them easier to see as well, so it might just save you from the aforementioned scent. Using our clues also means that you can retrace where the eggs were hidden, as you can reference the clue answers for the locations.
Alternatives to eggs mostly consist of egg shaped things. Egg shaped chocolates are popular, as are plastic eggs with money or candy placed inside of them. These are great options and far more popular with the kids (there’s a surprise!).
If you use our riddle clues to lead to all these hidden eggs and prizes, try only providing new clues upon completion of each, or hiding the clues with the prizes … so they have to find it in order to continue.
Make this Easter different!
If the traditional or riddle egg hunts are not enough, we have also created some FUN photo challenger scavenger hunt clues. These create some wonderful memories and pictures for families to hold onto long after Easter has passed. The challenges get teams into all kinds of funny situations! All you need is a camera (or smartphone) and you are set to go …