Easter egg indoor hunt idea! This easter egg scavenger hunt and children’s number recognition game with printable colored eggs and scorecards is fun, and educational especially for preschoolers.
Fun Easter Egg Indoor Hunt Idea
Looking for a fun, indoor activity for your kids?
Maybe the weather isn’t quite spring-like yet and you need to stay indoors. Don’t worry, this fun indoor hunt is perfect just for that!
You’ll be able to print, cut out and hang all the Easter Eggs in this scavenger hunt in less than 15 minutes and send your kids on their way for 15-20 minutes of egg hunting fun.
Number Recognition Through Fun Learning
Number recognition is a valuable skill to learn during the early years (toddlers and preschoolers), and there are many ways in which you can encourage kids to build their number sense in their early years.
Learning through play helps your child love to learn!
What better way to practice identifying numbers 0–18 than finding them on colorful Easter Eggs around the house (or in a classroom if you’re a preschool / kindergarten teacher who wants to use this fun set.)
Here’s How the Easter Egg Hunt Works
You’ll be able to download the printable Easter Egg Indoor Scavenger Hunt Kit below. Once you download you, print out the three pages (more if you need additional scorecards found on page 3.) You can print these in color or black and white, you’re choice
Then, cut out the eggs and tape them or place them around your house for the scavenger hunt.
Once all the numbered eggs (18 of them) are set around the house, give each child a scorecard. This is what the scorecards look like:
As each child finds an egg, they’ll mark the number of the egg off on their scorecard. For example, if they find an egg that’s numbered 8, they’ll mark the number 8 off on their scorecard indicating it’s been found.
The scavenger hunt is over when all 18 numbered eggs have been accounted for.
Game Tip: Save the Easter eggs you’ve cut out in a plastic bag or envelope so you can do the Easter Egg Indoor Scavenger hunt again (and again, and again!) You’ll only need to print new scorecards and then you’ll be ready to play.
What You’ll Receive
- 3-Page printable
- 2 Pages of Numbered Easter Eggs (1-18) you can print in black and white or color
- 1 Page with two Egg Hunt Scorecards (print out as many copies as you need for all the kids who are participating.)
More Activities for Kids:
- FREE Nature Scavenger Hunt PDF Printable for Kids
- FREE 2-Page PDF Printable Indoor Scavenger Hunt for Kids
- List of 98 Kid-Approved Indoor Activities for Kids on School Break/Closure
- The Best Inside Activities for Entertaining High Energy Kids
- 25 Easy Craft Ideas for Kids to Make at Home (Surprisingly Simple Craft Ideas)
- 100+ Genius Responses for When Your Kid Says “I’m Bored”
- 50 Activities & Experiments to Keep Kids Learning in Summer
- 8 Arts & Craft Projects: Easy Things for Kids to Make and Sell
- Camping with Kids: 21 Camping Games & Activities to Entertain Kids
- Genius Hacks to Make Camping with Kids Fun & Stress-Free
- Creating Screentime Rules for Summer (Free Printable)
- School Break Plan for Parents & Kids