21 Fun Easter Games to Entertain Your Family Post-Egg Hunt

Wondering what to do after the annual Easter egg hunt? Check out these clever ideas!

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Your annual Easter egg hunt may be the highlight of the day, but the fun doesn't have to end there. Keep the party going with these unique Easter Sunday games that are sure to make holiday memories to last a lifetime. Plus, get our favorite egg decorating ideas and adult Easter egg hunt ideas.

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easter neighbor game
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You’ve Been Egged! Neighbor Game

Use this free printable from blogger Anette to surprise your neighbors with a fun and friendly egg hunt on Easter morning.

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Easter Eggs-ercises

Fill leftover plastic eggs with activities and physical challenges for littles ones to complete to get them moving!

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DIY Bunny Bowling

You can easily transform inexpensive, kid-friendly into cute rabbits with craft supplies you probably already have at home.

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DIY Easter Bunny Piñata

This pull-style piñata is perfect for little ones and kids who may struggle with traditional ones. Plus, it makes an adorable addition to your Easter party decor.

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Egg and Spoon Race Game


Place the wooden eggs in the spoons, then see who can make it to the finish line first!

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Easter Basket Egg Toss

Kids who may not be coordinated enough to handle the grown-ups' egg toss will love getting in on the fun with this easier alternative.

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DIY Egg Popper Tree

Even older kids and teenagers will love this fun activity—better get ready for a new family tradition!

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Easter Bingo


Up to 24 kids (or kids at heart) can play a rousing game of Easter Bingo with this game set.

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Eats Amazing
Energy-Burning Easter Egg Hunt

If you're looking for a healthier alternative to sugar-packed treats, use these written challenges to stuff eggs with and then let kids loose following the egg hunt.

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Inflatable Rabbit Ears Ring Toss Game


Everyone's ears are sure to perk up when you suggest playing a round of Easter-themed ring toss.

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Easter Sack Race

Upgrade your standard potato sack race for Easter with this fun party idea.

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Doughnuts on a String

Everyone from youngsters to grandparents will have a blast playing this silly game.

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Growing a Jeweled Rose
Paint Filled Eggs on Canvas

If you have a Picasso-in-the-making on your hands, opt for this artsy activity instead of a game. They'll love the chance to get messy and creative with paint.

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Egg and Spoon Race

Customize this activity for the weather on your holiday—you can host a classic race with real or plastic eggs, or use itty-bitty water balloons if it's warm enough outside.

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Feed the Bunny

This silly but educational game helps little children learn shapes. Start by drawing different carrot shapes on white pieces of paper. Then ask you child for, say, the round carrot. If they get it right, the bunny will munch it up!

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Printable Coloring Pages

Amuse kids before or after Easter dinner with these free printable puzzles and coloring pages.

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Popsicles & Jelly Beans

Celebrate jelly bean season with a game that challenges kids to balance jelly beans on a popsicle stick placed in their mouths. The first kid to balance six on their stick wins!

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Bunny Bean Bag Toss

In between festivities and food, entertain kids with this DIY bunny bag toss. They'll love the cute, grinning bunny.

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A Mouth Full of Spring

Prep a bowl full of jelly beans and then divide kids into teams. Give each kid a spoon and instruct them to hold it using their mouth. Each team has to transfer the jelly beans from the bowl to a nearby cup using only the provided spoon. The first team to fill their cup wins!

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Thirty Homemade Days
Don't Eat the Peep!

Print out and disperse one piece of candy to each player. Have one person leave the room while each kid places their piece of candy on a square (one piece per square). Together as a group, choose one "Peep," or a square with candy on it. Then have the child return to the room and eat the candy from the board, one square at a time, trying to avoid that one chosen Peep. When the child picks the one "Peep," everyone yells "Don't Eat the Peep!" Continue until everyone's had a turn.

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Sugar and Charm
Pin the Tail on the Bunny

Pin the Tail on the Donkey is a classic— for an Easter twist on the tried-and-true game.

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