For many of our families, this Easter holiday will look a little different. We may not be able to travel to family, spend the weekend in the outdoors or honor a long-standing tradition. But no matter the circumstances, add a little fun on Sunday with these Easter activities.
Classic Egg Hunt
A classic Easter game, entertain your family by having an egg hunt. For children, candy and small trinkets is a sure sell. For teenagers and even adults, try gift certificates, lottery tickets, petty cash or sweets.
A favorite from my childhood, host a scavenger hunt! Write clues leading from one egg to another and ending with a fun Easter reward. The scavenger hunt can be as long, or as short, as you want and can have varying difficulties.
Here are a few clues I have written for my family’s scavenger hunt this year:
- To start your Easter off so swell, Head to the bales that should have a dinner bell
- Hooray hooray, You found the egg in the hay, The next egg is where I fill the feline tray
- This puzzle you can continue to defeat, To find this next egg look where you find a tasty treat, And maybe you will find ice cream and meat
- Don’t worry too much the end is near, Just look to the machine you do steer, Here you will find an egg towards the rear
Dye Easter Eggs
Hard boil a few eggs and dye dye dye! Use stickers, crayons and washable paints to make fun designs on all of your eggs.
Play Pastel Dress Up & Take Some Spring Photos
Use this time as an excuse to take photos of your cowboys and cowgirls in their Easter best. Embrace the pastels and props for a magical spring holiday shoot.
Equine Egg Necklace Arts & Crafts
Don’t leave your furry friend out of the fun! Recycle your plastic eggs in to necklaces for your horses.
No matter how you and your herd celebrate this Sunday, always remember to make the best out of any situation and have fun with your family!