Ready to create memorable Easter traditions with large or small groups? These Egg-cellent Easter Games can be paired with Easter egg hunts, Easter parties and gatherings, or used as a family minute to win it challenge.
Eggcellent Easter Games
Does Easter ever free like a neglected holiday to you? As a Christian, Easter is truly the most important holiday. It feels as though there is little build up to the actual day and very little more than a visit to church and an Easter Egg Hunt.
What do you do on Easter?
Beyond the traditional Easter egg hunt and visit to church, consider a new Easter Tradition with Easter games. If you wish to turn Easter into a greater celebration, take a look at these Easter Games for Adults, Kids, Families, Friends, Small Groups, and Large Gatherings. It fits a small family of three and a large crowd of dozens.
The year Easter was cancelled (the year we must not named), we decide to twist up the traditional Easter ideas. Instead of attending a large Easter Egg Hunt at Church, we had our own small family Easter Egg hunt. My older kids hid Easter Eggs for the younger kids and after finding our eggs, everyone filled their stomachs with jelly beans and chocolate (gross – does that idea of that make anyone else sick?)
Well it didn’t make my kids sick. Instead it made all five kids excitable on a lot of sugar. We created a new Easter Family tradition by playing outdoor Easter games. It was a beautiful day and I was all about running off the steam and enjoying the beautiful blue sky day.
What are some fun Easter games?
This list of Easter game ideas include Traditional Easter Games. What are traditional Easter games? Some examples of traditional games include the law Easter Egg Roll. Read more about that below but basically try to roll a raw egg across a finish line with your nose or a spoon. You also could turn a ball toss into a carrot toss or play pin the tail on the bunny (similar to pin the tail on the donkey game.)
We also have examples of Unique Easter Games like Easter bowling lined with brightly colored pool noodles and adorable bunny bowling pins.
And for the Minute to Win It Games lovers (raising my hand), take a look at some Minute to Win It Easter games including Jelly Bean Pick-up or Spoon Full of Sugar. You can print our full list of 18 Minute to Win It Game Instructions PDF and supply list.
Easter Games Directions
Before we begin sharing some fun things to do on Easter, take a look at our Easter Games List PDF. They can be play with a large or small group. Print the list of Easter game directions for your family to enjoy.
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Eggcellent Easter Games You Will Love
All of these games can be used outdoors with the first sign or spring, or indoors if spring showers are on the weather map.
Traditional Easter Games
Have an Easter Egg Roll. No this is not something you have beside your orange chicken and lo mein, this is a long time Easter tradition. Just like the famous White House Egg Roll, use a spoon to roll a raw egg across the lawn… only don’t let it crack. | Source
Turn this traditional Easter game into something even more challenging. You also can do this Egg Roll game on the floor using your nose to get your raw egg across the finish line. | Kid Friendly Things To Do
Speaking of traditional games for Easter, keep it old school with a classic sack race. a bunny hop sack race. Attach large white pom poms to a Burlap Potato Sack Bag to make a cute bunny tail. | Crazy Wonderful
Who doesn’t love a classic Pictionary game? Download this Easter Pictionary Game printable and play with the family. | Fun Squared
Unique Easter Games
This is egg-citing. Make a miniature Easter Egg Pinata and pop eggs into a fun surprise! With a larger group, split your crew into teams and turn it into a relay race. | Studio DIY
As found in our Kids Party Games.
Looking for a unique Easter game idea? Have an Easter egg hunt in the dark like this Glow in the Dark Easter Egg Hunt at Night. You can also add a flashlight if playing on a moonless night. | Frugal Coupon Living
Add an extra-competitive edge to the Easter egg hunt with a friendly round of tag. Rather than hiding the eggs and candy, have a family member wear them on a t-shirt and run around the backyard. Whoever snatches the most goodies wins! This game could go on forever! | Get Your Holiday On
The most desperate moms are the most creative (and no this is not a dig at Renee.) As a mother of five, I get having to come up with some creative ways to keep kids entertained. Take a look at this Easter Bowling Game complete with pool noodles, plastic eggs, Easter grass, and the most adorable bunny bowling pins. | The Creative Orchard
Have a group of boys? I have to keep my three boys very active to prevent things from getting too crazy. These Eggs-ercises will tire the crowd. Tell them they are soldiers from the story of Easter. | The Seasoned Mom
Look at this Easter STEM Activity. Who doesn’t love a good catapult game? Make these easy Simple Plastic Spoon & Craft Stick Catapults. Add points to buckets and see who gets the most points each round. | There’s Just One Mommy
Minute to Win It Easter Games
Steph has some Easter Minute to Win It Games including a Bunny Tail Drop to see how many bunny tails (cotton balls) you can get in a bucket. | A Grande Life
Using a straw, try the Jelly Bean Pick-Up Game. In this Easter Minute to Win It Game, players must collect the most jelly beans. | Making Life Blissful
This game requires balance. Prep a bowl full of jelly beans and then divide kids into teams. Give each kid a spoon and instruct them to hold it using their mouth. Each team has to transfer the jelly beans from the bowl to a nearby cup using only the provided spoon. The first team to fill their cup wins! | Play Party Plan
This is another fun Easter Egg Minute to Win it Game Challenge. Egg stack challenge. After the kids have found all the hidden plastic eggs, use the plastic egg halves to play this game. Create a plastic egg tower and see how high you can go. An Easter egg game all about precision and balance. | Toddler Approved
WHAT’S TRENDING? Take your kids on a HALLOWEEN SCAVENGER HUNT for candy or fun non-spooky goodies.
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