Rather than making it super simple for the kids to fill their Easter baskets, she came up with a variety of clues to create one fun scavenger hunt.
Easter is only a week or so away, but I don’t feel all that excited. Like many holidays this past year, it has been hard finding the spark for celebration. We can’t do our usual large gatherings with friends and family, we can’t go to holiday-themed events, and cooking for an Easter brunch for just you and one other member of your household seems more like a chore than a party.
This year, I’ll be spending my Easter Sunday in my pajamas eating cookie dough and binging Netflix. That’s been a big part of my life this year since I can’t travel home to visit family, and I don’t have any kids of my own yet, so the best way I have found of spending the holidays is to just be a couch potato.
But for those adults with kids, Easter, like other holidays, still needs to be made somewhat special for the kids. And nothing is more memorable for children, than an Easter egg hunt.
Unlike previous, non-COVID-19 years, Easter egg hunts are going to be relatively tame. But they can still be made fun if you’re willing to get creative.
Elle from What’s Up Moms has come up with a wonderful idea for a creative stay-at-home Easter egg hunt that will definitely keep the kids entertained. Rather than making it super simple for the kids to fill their Easter baskets, she came up with a variety of clues to create one fun scavenger hunt.
While she used a lot of different themes in hers, everyone can make the scavenger hunt clues customizable to whatever your kid is into.
Watch the video below to see how much fun your kids will have on their very own Easter scavenger hunt!
What do you think of this idea? How do you do Easter egg hunts in your home? Let us know!SKM: below-content placeholder