It’s that time of year again! Time to start planning your Easter party. If you’re looking for some fun and festive games to play with your little ones, look no further than this list of Easter party games for toddlers.
From classic favorites like pin the tail on the bunny to new and exciting takes on old classics, these games are sure to get your little ones hopping with excitement.
So what are you waiting for? Get ready to have a blast at your Easter party with these fun games! Easter is a time for family, friends, and fun!
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Easter Party Games For Toddlers
If you are spending some family time this year or looking for some fun classroom activities, you will love these Easter party games for toddlers and young kids!
They are all really easy to set up and don’t need too much prep or supplies, making them perfect for any Easter celebration!
You can choose one or more game to play at your next party, and don’t forget to serve some Cute Easter Snacks For Preschoolers – they are perfect for school parties.
Easter Egg Hunt
This classic game is always a hit! It might sound too obvious but this is one of the most fun ways to have fun at Easter.
Hide plastic eggs around the room or yard and let the kids hunt for them. To make it extra fun, you could include little jokes or toys like bouncy balls in the eggs as well as candy.
Check out out list of 35 Easter Egg Fillers That Aren’t Junk Or Candy for lots of ideas.
Easter Egg Toss
The Easter egg toss game is a simple and fun Easter game for toddlers. All you need are a few eggs and some willing participants.
To play, have the children line up on one side of a room or open space. Give each child an egg. On the other side of the room, place a basket or other container.
At the signal, the children will toss their eggs into the basket. The child who gets their egg into the basket first is the winner!
This game is great for developing coordination and motor skills in toddlers. It’s also a lot of fun!
This game is another take on the Easter Egg Hunt and perfect for older toddlers.
Pin The Tail On The Bunny
It doesn’t get easier than this classic twist on a classic party game for kids. To play pin the tail, all you need is a large picture of a bunny and some pom poms or cotton balls with double sided tape attached.
It is easier if you use different colored pom poms or put little name tags with labels on the cotton balls.
To play the game, each child takes turns on being blindfolded and trying to stick the pom pom (bunny tail) into the right place on the picture. The person who is closest to the correct spot wins the game.
Easter Basket Relay
This is a fun game where the children will race to see who can fill their basket first.
First of all, have each child line up in a relay race style, one behind the other.
At the other end of the room, place one Easter basket per team.
Give each child a large spoon and place a bowl of plastic or hardboiled Easter eggs by each team.
When the game starts, the first child in line will run to the end of the course and back while carrying one egg on their spoon.
As they reach the basket, they will drop their egg in and then run back to the line.
They’ll tag the next child in line who will then do the same thing.
The race continues until all of the children have had a turn or all the eggs have been put in the basket. The first team to finish wins!
This is a great way to get everyone moving and having fun while celebrating Easter.
Bunny Bounce Race
To play this game all you need are some balloons (one per child). Each child places the balloon between their legs and stands at the start line.
The children all have to race to the other side of the room by jumping up and down and keeping the balloon in place.
This is a super fun Easter game that even adults can join in with!
Messy Egg Toss
If it is nice weather where you celebrate Easter, head out to the backyard and play a game of water egg toss.
All you need is a package of water balloons and an outdoor space.
Split everyone into pairs and give each pair a water balloon. Have them toss it back and forth until the “ball” is dropped and bursts.
Jelly Bean Sorting
Grab a large bowl of jelly beans and a muffin tin. Set a timer and give each person a minute to sort as many jelly beans as they can by color using the muffin tin container.
This is a fun educational Easter game for toddlers that you can play at anytime.
Egg And Spoon Race
The egg and spoon race is a classic Easter party game that is perfect for toddlers. It is a good option if you think the Easter basket relay is too hard for little ones.
This simple race is a great way to get your little ones moving and laughing, and it can be easily modified to fit any age group.
To play the egg and spoon race, you will need one egg (plastic or hardboiled) per child, and one spoon per child. You will also need a finish line or other marker to indicate where the race will end. To set up the race, simply line up the children with their eggs and spoons at the start line.
When everyone is ready, have each child pick up an egg and spoon, and then set off towards the finish line! The first child to cross the finish line with their egg intact wins the race.
If they drop their egg as they run, they can pick it up and keep going.
Easter Egg Challenge Game
This is another super easy game to play with toddlers. All you need are some plastic Easter eggs and some pieces of paper. In each plastic egg, hide a “challenge” written on paper.
Then hide the eggs around the room. Every time someone finds an egg, they have to complete the challenge.
Offer a small chocolate egg to each toddler who completes their challenge.
Here are some ideas for fun Easter challenges to put in your eggs:
- Jump around the room like a bunny
- Make a noise like a chick
- Pretend to be a lamb
- Do the chicken dance
- Do 5 star jumps
- Hop on one foot 10 times in a row
Easter Egg Roll
Are you looking for traditional Easter games? Look no further than egg rolling! This Easter game for children is a mainstay at the White House in the USA but it actually originates from Scotland where it has been played for centuries.
To play this game, you will need to get outside to a park or backyard with a hill.
Give each child a boiled, painted egg. Set each child in a line at the top of the hill and on the count of 3, they can roll down the hill. The person whose egg rolls the farthest distance without breaking is the winner.
Easter Games: Final Thoughts
These Easter party games for toddlers are sure to make your Easter extra special
From an Easter egg hunt to old-fashioned Easter games, your toddler is sure to be entertained for hours.
So put on your bunny ears and get ready to have some fun!
Don’t forget to check out our list of 20 Easy Easter Crafts For Toddlers To Make for even more fun and festive ideas.