Free printable/template and blank template for an Easter Egg Scavenger hunt with kids using clues around the house. Prize is a snack filled Jumbo Easter Egg. This scavenger hunt is an alternative idea to the traditional Easter egg hunt.
Every year I do an egg hunt for the kids, but this year I wanted to switch it up a little. I’ve seen the Jumbo Easter Eggs everywhere and I love them. I bought some for my kids and knew I had to do something fun with them. In their Easter baskets I don’t put much candy, in fact they usually get a chocolate bunny and maybe 1-2 other candy items. They get the most of their treats from the Easter egg hunt, but this year I put together a scavenger hunt for the kids and at the end they’ll each get their own Jumbo Easter Egg filled with their favorite snack item, a baby of popcorn, and a few candy items.
I made the clues easy for them and with places around our house and 6 clues total. The final clue will reveal where their Jumbo Easter Eggs are.
Looking for a Free printable for a Easter egg scavenger hunt? Here is the template I used with our clues. Right click on the image, save, and print them out on your home printer. Need a blank copy to create your own clues? I’ve added that too! You can use canva or picmonkey to write on the images.
Answers for the egg hunt. 1. moms closet or shoe bin. 2. refrigerator 3. closet 4. washing machine 5. bathtub 6. slide
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