Color Easter Egg Hunt
Fill your little ones easter basket with the color grass that coordinates with their egg color. Leave a note with your little ones name assigned to the color egg they are supposed to find. You can also leave small trinkets around the house that match the color of the basket; like little candies, stickers, or lip balms.
The Golden Egg
Add a little extra Pizzaz to any easter egg hunt by hiding one or more Golden Eggs. In these eggs put something extra special, like “Bunny Money,” or something else fun your kids would love.
Easter Egg Flowers
Make and Takes created this tutorial for DIY Plastic Egg Flowers. A great way to keep eggs above eye level and confined to a certain area for toddlers. All you need is plastic eggs and pipe cleaners.
Balloons Tied to an Easter Egg
The BEST Easter Egg Hunt Idea for Toddlers by Chris, at Celebrations at Home.
Wrap helium balloons around a plastic Easter egg. It will provide a great visual for your little love to spot all of the eggs. It will also be so adorable after all the eggs have been gathered and she has a basket full of eggs and armful of balloons.
Balloon filled Egg Hunt
Hide goodies inside of a balloon. If your kids are a little bit older, a balloon pop is a fun way to find goodies. Fill balloons up and hide them around the house like Our Christiansen Family
Eggs with Exercises in each of them for your high energy kids by Eats Amazing
Glow in the Dark Easter Egg Hunt.
Place a small led tea light inside of a plastic egg and watch it light up. Perfect for an evening of fun after the sun goes down.