A classic Easter egg hunt is enjoyable and exciting. It involves an egg that needs to be hidden outside the backyard. Later on, children will now search for the eggs to win cool and amazing rewards. For Christians, we celebrate this event every year to commemorate the symbolic resurrection of Jesus Christ. Hosting an egg hunt this Easter could be very tiring yet, challenging at the same time. However, if you follow these simple steps, you can execute a classic Easter egg hunt like a pro.
Easter egg hunt generally occurs every Easter Sunday. In addition to hosting your egg hunt, you can plan to run the program one week before the actual event. It is because not all Easter egg hunt can happen on the same day. However, if you’re planning on hosting it outdoor, make sure to have a backup plan in case heavy rainfall occurs.
When selecting the location for the Easter egg hunt, it is advisable to perform it outside the house. Make sure the area is large enough to cover all the large groups of egg hunters but not too large that it’s challenging to find the eggs. Next, check for a place with lots of grass and far away from the road or pond. We must ensure the safety of everyone. Safety is our top priority.
On the other hand, if you’re planning to take place the event inside your house, use the ground floor level only. This place will prevent any accident that will occur when using the staircase. Make sure to design your home with easter wall art theme to motivate the kids and join the event attentively.
It is considered an essential part of an Easter egg hunt. Generally, a classic egg hunt uses a real egg for the event. But nowadays, it is better to used plastic eggs. If you’re generous enough and love the kids, you can put inside each egg a reward like candies, foods, and even coins! Prepare about ten eggs for each member of the group. The more eggs you prepare, the merrier the activity.
Count the eggs before you start the egg hunt. It will help you a lotto tally the eggs after the egg hunt. Make sure to choose a hiding spot that is suitable for the participant ages. Select a hiding spot that is easy to access. Like under the trees, underneath the lawn, and inside the mailbox.
If you’re hosting with lots of kids of different ages, it would be advisable if you will let the younger ones to start the egg hunt. After one minute, you may now can the older age to join in.
After the egg hunt event, it’s time to count and make a final tally. If you select to reward the most egg gatherer, now is the time to provide them an ultimate Easter prize.