Easter Riddles

Easter Riddles for Scavenger Hunts

If you’ve never tried an Easter egg riddle hunt before, your children are in for a treat this year.

Riddle Me software makes Easter fun and memorable for your children. Watch this short video for some ideas on how fun this activity is for children.

Read below for some Easter egg riddle ideas or visit our Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt page for more ideas. Please visit the home page to learn more about how Riddle Me’s features and how much time it will save you for parties and fun activities.

Easter is just around the corner and it is often filled with activities that are focused on our children. However, it can be tough to think of activities that will truly be unique as each Easter celebration tends to feel the same. Riddle Me will help you make this special holiday memorable for children participating in your Easter egg riddle party. Here is one idea that you can use.

Instead of putting candy inside of the hollow plastic eggs this year, put a riddle inside them and hide that egg at the location it directs you to use at the top of the clues that Riddle Me prints out. These riddles will then lead your children to another location to find another egg with a riddle. You can use different colored eggs for different teams or ages and tell one group to only find the green eggs and another to only find the yellow ones.

At the end of the riddle hunt, they will then find their basket full of goodies. Your children will have a blast doing this activity. These Easter riddles do not have to be extremely hard and they are just there to help guide the children towards the candy. If you are use the Easter egg riddle hunt this Easter, you will see just how much fun the kids will have.

(Visit our home page for more about this Easter Egg scavenger hunt software)

Easter riddles

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