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Of course, for special occasions such as Christmas and Easter, there are suitable games available which could easily fill a group afternoon. Various possibilities arise, especially around Easter. The idea here is that you fill one afternoon before Easter with crafting Easter items and then, after Easter, you organise a gaming afternoon where all those items from the last week can be used.

Craft ideas for Easter

You have several options for a crafting afternoon. For example, all kids could work on an Easter nest. Consider, should that be one big nest for the group or does everyone work on his own little nest? All you need for this craft afternoon are several little baskets or boxes, a bit of artificial grass and a lot of phantasy. Of course, no Easter nest can do without proper decoration and most definitely, an Easter Bunny must not be missing.

As soon as the nests are finished, they kids can start with painting eggs and put them in the nest as well. Use only boiled eggs for this purpose. Alternatively, some eggs can be blown out, which then must be painted. However, that requires a bit of know-how, because egg shells are very fragile.

Game Ideas for Easter

Besides the classic Bavarian Easter games such as Egg pecking there are some other games you could fill an afternoon. If you play egg pecking after all, then two participants have a bright and colourful egg each and hit them against each other. The one whose egg does not break wins and receives the egg of the loser.

Another almost classic Easter game is the treasure or egg hunt. For example, before the kids arrive, the team leader could hide all the home-made Easter nests in the backyard. When all the kids are there, the hunt can begin. Everybody goes looking for the hidden Easter nests. The winner is the one, who finds the most treasures. However, for fairness to prevail, after the game is over, each kid should get his own Easter nest.

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  1. timeplacecategoryPersonspreparation timeMaterial: list of objectsEaster theme rowing regatta

    Listed items must be brought back within a certain amount of time

  2. timeplacecategoryPersonspreparation timeMaterial: list of objectsEaster Pictionary

    The player is shown a word which he must draw on a board. How many words will the group manage to guess within 2 minutes?

  3. timeplacecategoryPersonspreparation timeMaterial: eggsEaster egg nose rally

    Easter eggs must be rolled around a course, only using the nose.

  4. timeplacecategoryPersonspreparation timeMaterial: cream spray, 10 chocolate/candy Easter eggs. BowlCream countryside

    The players must fish the eggs out of the cream as quickly as possible.

  5. timeplacecategoryPersonspreparation timeMaterial: eggsCracked eggs

    Cracking eggs on the head

  6. timeplacecategoryPersonspreparation timeMaterial: various coloured bonbons or eggsCollecting coloured Easter sweets

    Each group (red, blue, yellow and white team) tries to collect their own colour bonbons.

  7. timeplacecategoryPersonspreparation timeMaterial: various coloured sugar Easter eggsPicking up coloured Easter eggs

    Using the mouth, only one Easter egg at a time should be brought back and placed in a barrel.

  8. timeplacecategoryPersonspreparation timeMaterial: Easter card, scissorsEaster card puzzle

    An Easter card is cut into pieces so that a puzzle is made from the single pieces.

  9. timeplacecategoryPersonspreparation timeMaterial: eggs, paper, sticky tape, cordThe egg case

    Fix an egg to a parachute.

  10. timeplacecategoryPersonspreparation timeMaterial: Eggs, egg cartonWafting eggs

    With the help of an egg carton, an egg has to be wafted into a goal

  11. timeplacecategoryPersonspreparation timeMaterial: Eggs, salt, sugar, water, playdoughBalancing eggs

    Putting 2 eggs on top of each other, does that even work?


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