Easter egg hunt is a popular Easter holiday tradition, beloved by both children and adults. Sometimes it happens that weather conditions don’t allow you to do it outdoor: in this guide we will show you how to put remedy and keep following the tradition doing an Easter Egg hunt Indoor.
You can use real eggs or plastic ones, filled up with goodies. This is already an advantage because usually real eggs can attract insects if they’re slightly cracked.
If you decide to use plastic eggs, be sure to have some goodies to put in, such as candies, chocolate, jelly beans, coins, or many other small things.
Design a specific area, which has to be dedicated only for the Easter egg hunt, before starting to hide the eggs. The best option is choosing wide open rooms instead of small ones, in which there may be fragile objects or dangerous tools. To avoid any kind of problem with children, you can hang a label with “Do not Enter” to keep them away from certain spaces.
Children love to be surprised, so it’s better to choose a private time to hide the eggs, instead of warning them to go away while you’re hiding: their curiosity can push them to disobey and spy you during the process. The best time to do it is during the night before Easter, while they should be already asleep. Remember always that for younger children it’is better to hide the eggs in “easy-to-spot” places, since they will not have fun if the hunt would be too complicated. Older children like competition, so for them it’s advisable to choose more complex locations, in order to make the eggs not visible at first sight. The last but no the least advice is to write down where you exactly placed every single egg, to make the competition a bit lively towards the end.
To hide an approximate number of 30 eggs and make note of all the locations you may need around 30 minutes.