Have a blast at your Easter gathering this year by playing some great party games. Send out beautiful Easter, party invitations and get ready to, have fun, whether you are indoors or out. Here are some terrific ideas to ensure you and your guests have a wonderful time.
Put the Egg in the Easter Basket Game: This game is a variation of the old game Pin the Tail on the Donkey. For this you will need an Easter bunny with an empty basket. Then you can ask your little guests to make an Easter egg using construction paper, crayons and markers. Start the game by covering the participants eyes and spinning them around three times. Point them in the right direction and then ask them to put the egg in the basket. The one who manages to place the egg in the basket (or closest to the basket) is the winner.
The Limbo Easter Game: This is yet another fun game for an Easter party. For this game you will need music and a limbo stick. Play some fun music while your guests stand in line waiting to bend backwards low enough to fit under the limbo stick, broom handle, yardstick, etc. The person who gets the lowest without touching the floor wins.
Blow the Egg Game: This is a really good indoor Easter game and works great on a hard floor. Have a start line and finish line set up. Place a small plastic Easter egg at the start line and give the child a cardboard “fan”. Have the kids try to “fan” the egg across the finish line. It is harder than it seems, since the eggs aren’t round!
Traditional Easter Egg Hunt Game: This customary Easter egg hunt game is a must for any Easter party. This can be done indoors or out, and with real colored eggs or plastic ones. If using plastic eggs, you can fill them with special treats like jelly beans, stickers, coins and small toys.
Egg-Spoon Race: If you are lucky enough to have a yard and nice weather, then why not take your guests outdoors! You will need one egg (raw or hard boiled) and one spoon for each person participating in the race. Line contestants up next to each other on a starting line. Racers should have a point across the yard to race to (check point line). When the race starts, each contestant has to race from the starting line across to the checkpoint line, and then turn around and come back to the starting line. The contestants have to keep their egg balanced in their spoon, without using their other hand for support. If the egg drops, but is not broken, the contestant can pick up the egg and resume the race. The first contestant to make it back to the starting line wins the race.
Egg Toss: This is also another great game for the outdoors. Be sure to have extra eggs and lots of paper towels nearby. Start by dividing the contestant into teams of two people. Split the entire group of contestants into two rows, with partners facing each other. Arrange the rows so that the partners are standing about 2-3 feet away from each other. Give eggs (raw ones) to each partner that is standing in one row. When the game starts, have the contestants toss their egg to their partners. After catching the egg, each contestant takes a step back and they toss the eggs again. If one of the partners breaks the egg, then that team is out of the game. It does not matter whether the egg breaks in his/her hands or by hitting the ground. Continue the game, taking steps back to increase the distance between partners, until only one team remains. They are the winners of the game.
With these fun Easter games you are sure to have a memorable event!