Alternative Easter Egg Hunt ideas
We are sorry not to be welcoming you to the museum for our annual Easter Egg Hunt. However, we thought we’d share some alternative chocolate-free ways of doing Egg Hunts that we enjoy.
Have a go at our Easter Egg Letter Hunt – there are 9 eggs, each with a different letter on them. Cut out the letter clues and hide them in different places, or if you haven’t got a printer just cut egg shapes out of paper or card and write letters on them.
The challenge is to find the letters around your home and garden and rearrange the letters to see what word it makes!
There’s some blank eggs so you can have a go at making up your own trail based on different words.
Download the trail sheet here: Alternative Easter Egg Hunt Letters and Blanks
Download the answer sheet here: Alternative Easter Egg Hunt Trail Sheet
Another fun thing to try is an Easter scavenger hunt – this really gets your brain working! Think of a word that suits this time of year – it could be anything like bunny, spring, daffodil etc. Then try and find things in your house that begin with each letter of that word. I’ve had a go with Easter and managed to find …
Egg, Apple, Snake, Triceratops, Envelope, Rock
Don’t forget to share a photo of your word and objects – we love to see how creative you can be.
Have fun, and Happy Easter.