All you really need for an afternoon of Easter activities is a backyard or park to play in. Some of our Easter game faves:. Egg Toss: Partners stand across from each other and throw a raw egg back and forth. After each toss, they take a step backward. The last team with a whole egg wins. Egg Darts: Make a wooden target, and instead of darts, throw raw eggs. It's a bit messy, but you'll have no problem seeing where the egg hit the target. Ring Toss: After the kid's Easter egg hunt, gather in the backyard for a game of ring toss. Try making your own DIY ring toss set! Who said Easter egg dyeing was just for kids?
How to Play these Easter Games
Even if the Easter Bunny still brings you a basket thanks, mom! Here are Easter games you and your grown-up friends and family members can try this year. Who knows? And considering the fact that so many breweries now sell spring-themed beers, you could get fancy with this one. Someone finds a prize and wraps it in wrapping paper, and then reads a story out loud to the group. Suspense, prizes, tons of laughs — sounds amazing, right? Super easy and so much fun. Miss Easter egg hunts as a kid? You can totally adapt them for adults by hiding mini liquor bottles in eggs instead, which is something that your BFFs might appreciate even more than candy. If your fam is huge, you can also work in pairs or groups.
12 Fun Easter Games
Easter Sunday is the perfect time to honor traditions and spend some time outside with family and friends. If you're hosting this year or you're heading to a local park , there are plenty of fun activities you can plan besides the classic egg hunt. From plastic egg poppers to tin can bowling, these creative Easter games will keep everyone feeling festive right up to dinner time! Get the tutorial at Handmade Charolette. The kids can start counting down the days until Easter Sunday with these confetti-filled eggs. Each one contains a slip of paper with a fun activity written on it. Get the tutorial at Kollaborra. Giant lawn games are always a hit.
There's always "guess the number of jelly beans" or an epic Easter egg scavenger hunt. Let these festive Easter game ideas inspire new egg-hunt variations and family traditions at this year's party. Think "Hot Potato"—but make it Easter. Once the song is over, the person holding the golden egg has to do a silly dance. Of course, you can make the stakes a bit higher and have the last person holding the egg when the song ends be "out" make sure to play to your crowd.