Is candy over taking all of your family holiday’s? It seems we have far more candy than we will ever eat! Time to make memories – without the crash that follows a sugar rush.   We tried to think of things that would make the kids both move and smile. We filled our Easter Eggs with silly activities. egg activity stuffers . These activities are the brain child of my 5 year old. She says these will make her siblings laugh and that they would have the *most* fun getting to stand on one foot, or “sing like a mouse” as they pinch their nose. I think she’s right, there was a lot of laughing. Below is a photo of the printable. Print it out, cut the activity ideas into strips.   Fold them and stuff them into the eggs. . egg activity stuffers . After writing our list we thought of a few activities that we should have included:
  • Roll across the floor
  • Clap and count as high as you can
  • Play ring-around-the-rosie
  • Give yourself a pat on the back
  Click the image below to print up our Easter Egg Activities: silly activities small size . Do you like our “camouflage” eggs??   I love that these eggs are harder to spot than the traditional brightly colored eggs.   They are great for a hunt with older kids.

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  1. Great idea. I’ve also seen the idea to hide puzzle pieces in the eggs. They know they found all of them when the puzzle is complete.

  2. I absolutely love this idea. I’ve been thinking what I can do different for Easter. My toddler doesn’t understand that there should be candy in eggs yet, so I’m going to start this. Every year he’ll get a few of these eggs. My husband will write ideas that I can be surprised with and I can write ideas that my husband can be surprised with. That way we can both wait in anticipation as my kids open them. It’s a win-win-win. I’m sure there will be plenty of laughs along the way. THANK YOU!