This gorgeously illustrated Beatrix Potter-inspired egg hunt is super easy to make and it’s especially good for younger children as the Peter Rabbit signposts offer big hints as to where the eggs and prizes are hidden!
All you need is a printer and a pair of scissors and some fun prizes to get started.
- Download and print off as many or as few of our eggs and signposts as you need.
- Cut out the eggs and directions.
- Hide the eggs.
- Place the signposts to guide the kids towards the eggs.
You can use more for toddlers and fewer for older kids.
Remember you can make it as easy or as difficult as you like!
Bigger kids love an adventure so hide the eggs well so they can crawl around low and search up high!
Give each child a basket or bag to put their eggs into. By now, they’ll be sure to have their hands full! And to add an element of surprise, you could even dress up as Farmer McGregor and chase after them…
Jemima Puddle-duck is in a festive mood with her Easter bonnet. Don’t forget to have goodies and treats ready for your intrepid egg seekers at the end of the hunt.
You can give prizes for each egg found or give out bigger prizes for the children who find the most eggs… or even have a basket filled with small treats for everyone to share! Have fun!
Like these? Then take a look at some more Easter games and activities. We have more free Easter printables and fun ideas for Easter crafts and activities: