the hare hunt
A classic tradition on Easter Sunday must be the Easter Egg hunt where everyone (young and old) get to hunt for the eggs (of various kinds and sizes) hidden either indoors or outdoors.
This year, why not make your Hunt a little bit more interesting by having a mini prize giving afterwards, awarding prizes for various achievements, such as:
the largest number of eggs collected
for the largest egg,
the smallest egg,
for the most eggs of a specific colour
and then some consolation prizes
and booby prizes.
You also may want to place the eggs with varying degree of concealment, to accommodate children (and grown ups) of varying ages, and for the very little ones you may want to hint at their location with one of our Easter Egg Hunt Kit Signs.
Did you know that in South Germany, it is customary to add extra obstacles to the game by placing the eggs into hard-to reach places among nettles or thorns (not that I am recommending this at all).