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How to organise a neighbourhood Easter egg hunt

Easter eggs by xmoix

Easter eggs by xmoix

It’s Easter next weekend. That’s supposed to mean spring is here, right? Not snow. Never snow. But then again, it snowed here in Paris just this week. I suppose kids can just look for snow-covered eggs this year.

If snow and icy roads isn’t your biggest worry right now, how about organising a neighbourhood Easter egg hunt? It’s a great way to meet the neighbours and the kids will love you forever. The hunt doesn’t have to be expensive or take a lot of time either. You could make your own invitations from colourful paper cut into typical Easter shapes like eggs and bunnies. You could use plastic eggs (reusable!) and start a neighbourhood tradition – though of course you’d pass the eggs to another energetic neighbour next year. And of course, you could rope in your other neighbours.

For more tips, read my article here.


3 comments on “How to organise a neighbourhood Easter egg hunt

  1. Easter Bunny
    March 16, 2013

    Make sure you hide a few so the pushy kids don’t find them all.

  2. alotonyourplate
    March 17, 2013

    These are great tips!! Thanks so much for sharing 🙂

  3. Penne Cole
    March 17, 2013

    Thank you, and that’s a great tip too, Easter Bunny.

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