Brad Roemer Give You Ideas on Easter Egg Hunt Ideas for Kids


Are you as tired of the same old hide the eggs Easter egg hunt as Brad Roemer is? Seriously, every year parents stuff a load of candy into plastic eggs and hide them all over the house and yards and kids go looking for them. Not only do you have to keep track of how many eggs you have hidden, but you also need to make sure that each of your children gets the same amount of eggs. This can lead to the occasional fight of why you are giving one kid’s eggs to another kid.

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No matter what your reason for wanting to change up the old tradition of hunting for eggs, we have got you covered. We have a list of new and ingenious ideas that you can use to spice up your annual Easter egg hunt with the family.

  1. Prank Eggs – This can be a real joy to watch. All you need to do is come up with some really neat ideas on how you can play with your children’s minds. We will give you a few examples and then you can take it from there. Think of it as us getting your creative juices flowing. Some of the pranks that we thought of were supergluing the egg shut, stuffing fake money in them, and putting fruits and vegetables inside. Whatever you decide, this will no doubt be great for a few laughs.
  2. Activity Based Eggs – Essentially, you are going to put some activity they need to do before they get their egg. So, you will hide the eggs with activities inside (don’t worry we will share a few with you) and then they have to bring the egg to you and perform the activity. At that point, you will hand them one of their eggs. So, the kind of activities we are talking about are hop like a bunny, moo like a cow, do a summersault, or other fun activities. Nothing should be too hard, because you never know which kid is going to get it and you want to make it easy enough for kids of all ages.
  3. Easter Puzzle – Essentially, you will have a set of colors for each child and they can only take their color eggs. Inside there will be a puzzle that they need to solve before they find the secret location of their main gift. The puzzle can be made using various cheap websites and you can write the location of their main gift on the back.
  4. Scavenger Egg Hunt – This is a little more involved than the other gifts but is a blast to do. You will give them the first egg with a clue to the second egg’s location. They will run around the house and try to find the next egg based on the clue inside the other one. Don’t forget to pop some candy in there for scavenger hunt energy!


Brad Roemer has had fun thinking up these different ways that you can transform the Easter tradition. We hope that you take one of the ideas and really hop to it!