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It’s that time of year where the kids are usually getting excited for all the Easter egg hunts in the neighborhood and parks. But with everything going on we know that just isn’t going to happen. I decided to make a few printables to share with my neighborhood Facebook page to do a neighborhood Easter egg hunt while social distancing so I thought I would share them here too.
Neighborhood Easter Egg Hunt
Step one: Tell your neighbors about the idea! Most will be on board if they haven’t thought of it already. They just may be waiting on a little guidance. We are planning on having our decorations out by the Wednesday before Easter Sunday.
Step two: Color or decorate the paper eggs. Grab our free printable for some egg options or just make your own. Place the paper eggs in windows or glass front doors. Put any Easter decorations or decorative eggs outside by the set date.
Step Three: Go on an Easter egg hunt. Walk together with your family to spy eggs in the neighborhood. You can count them or talk about what colors and sizes they are. Print out our free printable for a scavenger hunt style where your kids look for specific colors of Easter eggs and eggs that are on steps, near a pot or on a bench.
Step four: Share about your experience with your neighbors. Put the pictures of your hunt in the Facebook group or share a picture with your neighbor via text. Let the other neighbors know that you appreciate them being a part of the hunt!
These times right now are not normal and we don’t get to do the typical things we would do. However, we can make this time a time where we create new experiences. Plus, this is just one more way to keep our kids entertained for a few more minutes! We hope you enjoy this kind of Neighborhood Easter Egg Hunt while social distancing!