Need a fun Easter activity for all the family? Use these free printable Easter egg hunt clues!
Free printable Easter Egg Hunt clues for children
An Easter egg hunt is a great activity that all the family can join in with – or you can set the kids off to track down the eggs while you have a cuppa!
An egg hunt gives children a chance to run around whether you’re doing your hunt indoors or out.
How to run an Easter egg hunt with clues
Hide some eggs – hard boiled, plastic, chocolate or pictures of eggs – around the house/garden in locations to match the clues. (See printables for locations)
Give your children the first clue to solve. Read the rhyme and you’ll know where the egg is hiding.
Have the children run to the location to find both the first egg and the next clue that tells them the location of egg number two.
Carry on on the trail of clues until you have found all the eggs.
If you give an Easter basket you can place this in the location of the final clue.
Printable Easter egg hunt clues for children
Here’s a set of silly Easter egg hunt clues for children that you can use for your hunt.
You can print a set of the clues from NurtureStore’s Free Printables Library. Follow the instructions below to get access to all the printables in the Library.
Clues for an Easter egg hunt
There are eight egg hunt cards in the set, along with three blank ones so you can make a few that are personalised to your home.
Each clue contains a rhyme with the final word of the clue omitted, so children have to work out what it is, like this…
The first Easter egg is very clean because it’s by the washing (machine)
Search around and do not blink, the second egg is hiding in the (sink)
Have a look but please don’t stare, the third egg is hiding under a (chair)
This egg’s going to make you laugh because it’s taking a soak in the (bath)
Now you have to use your head because this egg is hiding under your (bed)
& more silly clues to make you laugh!
More fun Easter activities for children
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