Easter Scavenger Hunt Clues

This Easter scavenger hunt for kids is a fun activity for kids on Easter morning or during the Easter season. We offer free printable Easter scavenger hunt clues that are suitable for every home to make a treasure hunt in no time at all. Either create an egg hunt and hide decorated eggs or Easter eggs in each spot or hide clues in each spot and an Easter basket full of eggs at the last station.

Easter scavenger hunt

Easter Scavenger Hunt Ideas

Here are some fun ideas for your Easter treasure hunt:

  • Choose the indoor or outdoor version or combine them.
  • Hide Easter eggs at some of the stations and carrots at the others. Use a plastic Easter egg or chocolate eggs.
  • Put the treasure in a basket if you have one.
  • For older kids, you can translate the clues into another language if they are studying another language.

Easter Scavenger Hunt Clues

We offer two sets of clues for Easter egg scavenger hunt activities. One set is for use outdoors and one set is for use indoors. You can have a fun treasure hunt indoors or outdoors or you can combine the clues and riddles and make the kids go indoors and outdoors. If you want the activity to last longer then make the next clue as far as possible from the previous clue.

Indoor  Scavenger Hunt Easter Clues

Indoor answers: bathroom mirror, kitchen or dining room table, front door, doormat, refrigerator, dining room, television, wherever you store glue.

Outdoor Scavenger Hunt Easter Clues

Outdoor answers: postbox, a tree, light, doormat, barbecue, car, hose, anything blue (if you don’t have something blue outside then put a blue shirt on a chair or table.

Blank Clue Cards

The PDF document is typeable (i.e. you can type the clues on the PDF clue cards).

If you want to create your own Easter egg scavenger hunt clues then use the blank versions below.

How to Make a Scavenger Hunt for Easter 

  1. Decide if you are going to have the treasure hunt indoors or outdoors or both indoors and outdoors.
  2. Download the printable Easter egg hunt scavenger clues. Each card is available as an image or a PDF file.
  3. Print the clues for indoor and/or outdoors on paper or card stock. There is a color version and a black and white version for each. The black and white version is useful if you don’t have a color printer or want to save ink.
  4. Cut out each clue.
  5. Hide the clues in the relevant places. We have made an effort to use scavenger hunt clues that will be applicable to everyone. In the unlikely event you cannot use any of the different clues then either skip that clue or create a new clue using the blank clue cards. You can also use the blank cards when you want to create an egg hunt in a different place such as an Easter scavenger hunt for Kindergarteners. Some of the ready-made clues won’t be appropriate but you can type more appropriate clues on the blank typeable clue cards to complete your egg hunt.
  6. You can mix the order of the cards besides the first card and last card. The first card starts your little scavenger hunt and the last card with the last clue is the end of the hunt.
  7. At the end of the treasure hunt, you might want to hide small prizes for all participants (such as chocolate eggs) and a bigger prize for the person who found the treasure or small prizes for everyone. For younger kids, it is best to give everyone the same prize even if they didn’t find the treasure.
  8. When you are ready to start the activity, give the participants the first clue.

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