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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.

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Scavenger Hunt

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.

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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.

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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.

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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!