Got an Easter Bunny brain block when it comes to hiding eggs? Here are five tricks to pull out this Easter, for the most fun Easter Egg Hunt ever! —Vita Daily
Camouflaged Eggs: Paint the eggs in different colors and hide them in areas that match their color. For example, hide the green eggs in the grass, blue eggs near a body of water, and brown eggs near a tree or bush.
Puzzle Pieces: Hide the egg hunt clues or puzzle pieces inside plastic eggs and scatter them around the yard or house. The kids will need to collect all the eggs and assemble the puzzle or decipher the clues to find the ultimate prize.
Glow-in-the-Dark Eggs: Fill plastic eggs with glow sticks or battery-powered LED lights and hide them in the backyard after the sun sets. The kids will need to use flashlights to find the glowing eggs.
Easter Scavenger Hunt: Create a scavenger hunt with clues that lead the kids to the next location where they will find a hidden egg. The final egg could contain a special prize, such as a gift card or toy.
Obstacle Course: Create an obstacle course in the backyard or park with various challenges such as crawling under a table, jumping over a hurdle, or completing a puzzle. Hide eggs along the way and the kids will need to find them as they complete each challenge.