Our kids are older now and hunting eggs has really lost its appeal. So we started Easter scavenger hunts last year and the kids LOVED IT!
If you are looking for something different with your kids this year, this is a fun family activity. We put their gifts in the final clue destination (laundry machine, suitcase, box in the foyer are a few locations for the easter gifts).
I purchased 3 sets of scavenger hunts from Etsy for last year. However, you can EASILY make your own with index cards or post its. I did a set for each kid and we started with the oldest and we followed her around as she completed her hunt. Then we did our middle kiddo and then finally the youngest. This way they all got to see their siblings play and help them along if they asked for suggestions.
Here are the 3 that I purchased last year. I still have access to the digital files so I can print a fresh set this year and have it set up again (I’ll have the kids do a different hunt than the one they did last year):
I also looked online for you and found a few free scavenger hunts:
Scavenger Hunt #4 (sign up for her email list to get it about halfway down the page)
Scavenger Hunt #5 (Look for the link waaaaaay down the page almost to the bottom to download it)
Scavenger Hunt #6 (Sign up for her newsletter almost all the way at the bottom)
Scavenger Hunt #7 (The link is almost at the bottom of the article)
51 Riddles and Locations (You gotta write these out yourself)
50 Clues for the Scavenger Hunt (Sign up for the newsletter almost all the way at the bottom)
I hope your family enjoys this!