Mar 15 2016
Easter Egg Hunt Free Printable
Post by sara albers

Easter Egg Hunt Free Printable | alice & lois

I don’ know about you, but we love a fun and interactive activity for Easter. We started a new tradition last year filling some of the eggs with hilarious and action packed ideas for the kids. The kids had a ball when they opened an egg that said, “Quack like a duck, or Sing the ABC’s or Do a somersault”! We are so excited to be partnering with Horizon today to share a free printable for this fun Easter egg hunt activity. Since Easter is normally associated with sugar highs, this year we are trying hard to keep the kids active and their snacks and treats less focused on sugar. Horizon’s snacks are the perfect fit for the easter egg hunt! We chose some yummy snacks that we know the kids will love.

We came up with a list of twenty things that will get your kids moving and shaking on Easter! We love the fact that the kids will be laughing, singing and playing their way through an Easter egg hunt! Read on for the printable.

Easter Egg Hunt Free Printable | alice & lois

Easter Egg Hunt Free Printable | alice & lois

Supplies: Horizon snacks | Easter egg hunt printable | plastic eggs | scissors

I used Horizon fruit snacks, crackers and grahams. They fit perfectly in the Easter eggs!

Easter Egg Hunt Free Printable | alice & lois

Steps:

1. Print Easter Egg Hunt printable and cut.

2. Stuff eggs with fun Easter egg hunt pieces and Horizon snacks.

Easter Egg Hunt Free Printable | alice & lois

Easter Egg Hunt Free Printable | alice & lois

Easter Egg Hunt Free Printable | alice & lois

Easter Egg Hunt Free Printable | alice & lois

Photos by Sara Albers.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Horizon Organic. The opinions and text are all mine.

 

 

 

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    5 Comments

  • SejalMarch 27, 2018 at 8:18 pm

    H Sarai,
    I love this idea and would like to share it on my blog with proper credits and link back to this post.
    Thank You!

    • sara albersMarch 28, 2018 at 6:22 am

      Hi there – thanks for asking. You may share one picture with proper credit and link. Please do not share the tutorial.

  • KaronMarch 28, 2018 at 10:15 am

    This is such a darling idea! I will use it on my grandkids this year for sure!

  • Alice vMarch 29, 2018 at 5:23 pm

    this looks like so much fun I am actually going to put a link back from my blog post to this one and feature this idea for a great family April Fool’s Easter Day egg hunt! Wow that was a mouth full!