The easter egg hunt is a popular tradition for all children and is as good at Easter as the egg dyeing. And hardly anything else makes the party more beautiful than seeing the radiant joy in the eyes of the children. This is made possible by events in the city garden, where all children from the city look for Easter eggs. But we have an idea for a fun Easter party in your garden on Easter Monday. Create an adventurous day for your kids, filled with games and fun activities. Make sure that your children have an unforgettable Easter Monday experience and read our tips and ideas for hiding and searching for Easter eggs.
An Easter Monday that the children will never forget
Why should children look for Easter eggs only on Easter Sunday? You can create a memorable day filled with adventure, fun and games. Which games to choose and where to hide the Easter eggs depends on a number of conditions – especially the location and age of the children. If you have a large garden you should definitely use it. It offers many hiding places that provide the best experience. As we mentioned, age also plays a crucial role in the selection of Easter games. If the kids belong to the age group of three- to five-year-old, do not choose complicated places to hide the Easter eggs, because your goal is a fun game. After all, it’s also important to let your imagination run wild.
The classic among the Easter games is called “egg thief”
Get more fun playing “Egg Thief” and make the egg hunt a little more exciting when you’re not playing alone, but forming teams. You can also choose teams with different goals:
- First, the teams strive to find more Easter eggs.
- Then the groups strive to find Easter eggs in certain colors.
- In the final round you strive for the teams to find more easter eggs blindfolded.
The possibilities are unlimited. Do not forget to prepare small gifts, as a reward for the effort of the players.