Easter Scavenger Hunt

This year seems to be flying by and Easter will soon be upon us. During these unusual times, we have had to find new and inventive ways to celebrate special occasions. Last year, we had an Easter Bunny Breakfast, for example. In our family, we have really enjoyed doing themed Scavenger Hunts. They have been a great way to celebrate and to learn a little more about each festivity. I think even the adults learned something new when we did the Chinese New Year Scavenger Hunt!

When I am writing the Scavenger Hunts, I try to leave the clues as open as I can as I want to encourage children, and adults!, to use their imagination and think outside the box and so rather than having clues like find a bunny, find a chick, etc you will find that the clues are much more open ended. This means that all children can enjoy the hunt, no matter their age. I really hope that you will find that this leads to some great conversations in your family. The most important thing, of course, is to have some fun as a family whilst doing the hunt. Also, I want the Scavenger Hunts to require no preparation. In order to do the Easter Scavenger Hunt, you don’t need to hide anything or buy anything new, all the clues should be things you would find in your home. It is always fun to see how participants can convince you that the item they have chosen matches the clue, especially when the link is a bit tenuous! The tenuous links are always my favourites!

You can choose to print off the hunt which allows you to tick off the clues as you complete them or you can just view it on a screen.
Simply, download the hunt here:

If you have a go at the Easter Scavenger Hunt, I’d love to see.
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There is also a selection of other Tired But Crafty Mummy Scavenger Hunts to keep you and your family entertained:
Tired But Crafty Mummy Scavenger Hunts
Indoor Scavenger Hunt
Science Scavenger Hunt
Fairy Tale Scavenger Hunt
Gratitude Scavenger Hunt
Nature Scavenger Hunt
Seaside Scavenger Hunt
Christmas Scavenger Hunt
Halloween Scavenger Hunt
New Year Scavenger Hunt
Chinese New Year Scavenger Hunt

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  1. I really love how open ended this scavenger hunt is. It’s a great way for children to use their imaginations and I imagine I’ll be surprised by some of the things Iris finds, perhaps her view of ‘something soft like a bunny’s tail’ would be totally different to what I would find. I think this could be fun for all the family! Thank you so much for linking up with #KCACOLS

    Katrina x


  2. What a lovely idea. My grandkids are four and two so I’m sure I could adapt this to make it simple for them. Thanks for sharing this.

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  3. My children love scavenger hunts even my 12 year old. They can be so much fun especially when they involve sweet treats too. Might have to borrow that list x

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  4. I love your scavenger hunts! Such a fun way to get children (and their parents!) to enjoy the differents seasons and events. Thanks for linking up with #MischiefAndMemories

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