Wednesday, March 14, 2007
Here are some more 'eggy' games! Wow, I never thought Easter could be so 'egg-treme'!

Take a Jar filled with various types of easter eggs, jelly beans, malted, chocolate etc. Count Them as You fill it add a $5 bill at the top and tape it shut. I leave paper next to the jar and
everyone guesses how many are in the jar... even grandma & grandpa. The person who is the closest without going over is the winner. They win the jar, eggs and the $5. Fun for all.

You paint one side of the egg a color, or even a shape. You hide it in the grass, with the color side facing the ground. The players have to remember what color is where, just like the game memory have fun!

The way you play this game is to have at least 15 kids and/or adults. If you were playing with 15 people you would need 5 hard-boiled eggs because there are 3 people on a team and you get the point. Well,you put the egg on the spoon and run with it to the next person in the line(you need to put the three people in a line about 10 to 15 feet apart.)If you drop the egg then you have to go back to YOUR starting point and run with it again. Whoever wins gets the desired prize of the person who is responsible for holding the race.There are first,second, and third places.

Here is another easter game for little ones. Mark off a start and stop point anywhere from 5 to 10 feet apart. Using a hard boiled egg ( can be decorated or plain) have the kids down on
hands and knees. Roll the egg across the floor using only there noses. The first one to the finish line without touching the egg with their hands is the grand champion nose roller.

Have an Easter Egg Hunt in the dark with flashlights for adults. It's a Blast watching all the OLD folk look like GOOFS :)

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posted by Dave Richards at Wednesday, March 14, 2007 ¤ Permalink ¤


  • At March 14, 2007 at 8:08 AM, Blogger Sandy Carlson

    This is a great, fun, happy blog, and I'll be doing many of your suggested activities over Easter. We're big on that holiday. It's a gentle, quiet, and fun one for us that is free of the Christmas hoopla. All the more meaningful for that reason!

  • At March 14, 2007 at 3:07 PM, Blogger laffinpunkin

    Hi Dave!
    Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment...:)
    This blog is so darling and joyful! I like your "Night time Easter Egg Hunt" idea...sounds like fun.
    Be sure and visit me again!