Introduction:Hiding Easter eggs is too much fun! Finding them is even more fun. It may sound like a silly holiday tradition, but it is an enjoyable activity for kids of all ages. These are just a few hiding places for Easter eggs you might want to try.
Pet dishes make a great hiding place for Easter eggs. Place the Easter eggs in the empty dishes, beside them or even under them. Pet dishes are usually easy to access and this makes them great places to hide Easter eggs - especially for younger searchers.
Flower pots are terrific hiding places for Easter eggs. They make the best hiding places when they hold a bushy plant. If you have several flower pots lined up, hide the Easter eggs between them. Or, place the Easter eggs under empty flower pots.
Shrubs are an excellent hiding place for Easter eggs. You can place them higher or lower in the shrubs, depending on the ages and sizes of the children looking for them.
Drain spouts are a great hiding place for Easter eggs. Check the drain spouts for spiders and other unwanted guests when hiding the Easter eggs. For younger Easter eggs searchers, place the eggs where they are more easily seen instead of deep in the spout.
Toy areas in the yard make terrific hiding places for Easter eggs. Hide the eggs in spokes of bicycles, toy lawn equipment and other toys that are kept outside. This may even spark interest in toys that were forgotten during the winter.
Easter egg hunts are a lot of fun for everyone involved. They can provide a great way for exercise and exploring a world that is made new with springtime.
Excellent ideas for an Easter Egg Hunt. I wonder if my 1 year old granddaughter is too young this year. I know her sister will enjoy it as well as my nieces and nephews. Nice list of hiding spots. Thank you.
Oooh ... excellent hiding places! Thanks for the ideas!
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