Planning an Easter egg hunt this year?
Coming up with your own scavenger hunt clues can be rather tricky, so today we’ve done the hard work for you and put together some free indoor Easter egg hunt clues.
Download and print them at home and hide them inside these fillable Easter eggs along with mini chocolate eggs and small toys. Then let the Easter egg hunt begin!
Download our free indoor Easter egg hunt clues
Click the image or the button below to download your free rhyming Easter egg hunt clues.
Print them out at home then simply cut them out, roll them up and put one inside each egg. Just make sure your hiding places correspond with what’s written on the clues!
What else do you need for an indoor Easter egg hunt?
Once you’ve downloaded and printed our free indoor Easter egg hunt clues, you’ll need a couple of other things to make your egg hunt a success:
- Fillable Easter eggs
- A large golden fillable egg (to hold the grand prize)
- Mini chocolate eggs
- Small toys
How to do an indoor Easter egg hunt
Now your Easter hunt clues and the rest of your Easter egg hunt supplies are covered, it’s time to start setting up your egg hunt!
We’d recommend hiding around 7-10 eggs per child to give everyone enough chance to find a decent number of prizes. And it’s very important to make sure your hiding places correspond with what’s written on your clues – after all, it should be a treasure hunt, not a wild goose chase!
To make your egg hunt a little bit harder, you could hide a selection of dummy eggs that don’t contain a prize (this is ideal for older children who might find an Easter egg hunt too easy). And if you’re hiding real eggs, PLEASE remember to make a note of all your hiding places just in case a couple of eggs don’t get found or there’ll be very smelly times ahead!!!
For even more Easter egg hunt tips including a list of good hiding places, take a look at our guide to how to do an indoor Easter egg hunt.
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