While Easter egg hunts are the main event on this special Sunday every year, the fun doesn't need to stop there. Keep the kids entertained around the Easter dinner with these fun, easy activities and games. They're a great way to run off the sugar high they get on this day from all the sweets and desserts, too!
All you'll need for this game is a dice and a bag of jelly beans or buttons, and it happens to be awesome for younger kids who learning how to count or are just eager to show off their counting skills.
Get the tutorial (and printable template) at Glued to My Crafts Blog.
After the kids have found all the hidden plastic eggs during the yearly egg hunt, use the shells to play this game, which is all about precision and balance.
Get the tutorial at Toddler Approved.
Work on your aim as you toss the rings onto the inflatable bunny ears.
This fun brain teaser will keep your kids occupied after dinner as they search for Easter themed items, like ducklings, bunnies and baskets.
Get the tutorial and printout on Live Laugh Rowe.
This fun activity is best played after dinner– because the kids won't be able to resist snacking on their candy bingo markers!
Get the tutorial at Club Chica Circle.
Play this high-energy game, which involves doing whatever exercise hides inside your egg, before dinner to help your kids work up an appetite.
Get the tutorial at The Seasoned Mom.
This fun activity can be played for a full week (or more) leading up to Easter. Inside each egg, kids find a surprise activity listed on a piece of paper. Tip: You can make the whole thing a bit less messy by filling eggs with cereal instead of confetti.
Get the tutorial at Squirrelly Minds.
After you've dyed your Easter eggs, use the leftover cartons to craft this adorable DIY game set.
Get the tutorial at Fun Family Crafts.
Toddlers won't feel left out with an easy balloon hunt designed especially for them.
Get the tutorial at Celebrations At Home.
How delightful are these DIY egg poppers? They're perfect for kids who have outgrown egg hunting.
Get the tutorial at Studio DIY.
This is a festive and fun twist on the classic game. Kids will have a blast tossing carrot bean bags through this grinning bunny.
Get the tutorial at Pink Stripey Socks.
Fill empty egg shells up with paint, then toss them at a blank canvas to make modern art. Even more fun? Fill the eggs with glow-in-the-dark paint and play at night.
Get the tutorial at Growing A Jeweled Rose.
Kids (and adults) will get a kick out of this silly game that involves eating lots of candy. Just print out this game board, hand out candy, and get to playing.
Get the tutorial at Thirty Homemade Days.
This game is like an egg and spoon race, but with Easter candy. Prep a bowl full of jelly beans and divide kids into teams. Give each kid a spoon to hold in his or her mouth. Each team has to transfer the jelly beans from the bowl to a nearby cup. The first team to fill their cup wins!
Get the tutorial at Play Party Plan.
If you already know how to play pin the tail on the donkey, then you know how this goes. Print this bunny image and tails, break out the blindfolds, and hop to it!
Get the tutorial at Sugar and Charm.
If you thought piñatas were only for birthday parties—think again! Fill balloons with wrapped candy, dollar bills, and other treats, then inflate. Kids can pop their balloons with toothpicks to get their Easter treats.
Get the tutorial at The Gunny Sack.
In this game, kids have to hold a Popsicle stick horizontally in their mouths then balance jelly beans on top. The first kid to successfully get six on their stick wins!
Get the tutorial at Play Party Plan.
The goal with this game is to balance a plastic Easter egg on a wooden spoon and not have it fall to the ground. Simplicity at its finest!
Get the tutorial at And Next Comes L.
This easy-to-play outdoor game promotes teamwork, imagination, balance, and coordination.
Get the tutorial at The Inspired Treehouse.
Get the whole family in on this classic counting game and give a special prize to the lucky winner.
Get the tutorial at SusieQTpies.
Put a fun twist on the traditional Easter egg hunt by hiding the pieces of a puzzle inside the eggs. First one to find all the pieces and finish the puzzle wins!
Get the tutorial at Make The Best of Everything.
Love Minute-to-Win-It games? Here's the Easter version!
Get the tutorial at Little Bins For Little Hands.
Hide tiny objects underneath your leftover plastic eggs in this fun memory game.
Get the tutorial at Happily Ever Mom.
This adorable game is not only fun, but educational. The idea is to draw different carrot shapes on white pieces of paper and ask your child to choose the rectangular carrot, the round carrot, the square carrot and so on. If they get it right, the paper bag bunny will devour it right up!
Get the tutorial at Little Family Fun.
This free printable maze game will keep the kids busy while the adults clean up the kitchen after your Easter feast.
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This game gives kids a chance to channel their artistic side, while creating some laugh-out-loud funny drawings. Print out this funny bunny faces PDF, and give kids a pencil and piece of paper. Each player takes a turn rolling the dice to determine how they will draw their bunny. Keep rolling and drawing until the silly faces are complete.
Get the tutorial at Housing a Forest.
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