March 11

Neighbourhood Easter Egg Hunt

Let’s all have some fun this Easter and get to know our neighbours a little better. Why not plan a neighbourhood Easter egg hunt for all the children in your area? 

 

Round up the troops and agree a time with everyone in your area. You could ask that each family donate one Easter egg to the hunt, to which all the children can then look for. Ask all the children to stay in one household, while the parents hide the eggs in each others gardens. 

 

A good way to make it fair, so that everyone ends up with an egg is to allocate an egg for each child – write their name on it or label it in some way, so that it doesn’t become competitive. Each adult should try and remember which child’s egg they hid and where they hid it in case the child struggles to find it! (You could always buy some back up’s though just in case!!) 

 

If you do not wish to buy big Easter eggs, you could hide ones the size of real eggs or mini eggs or even paint your own real chicken egg shells with Easter flowers as a gift that the child can keep.

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