Hop into the Easter holiday with this fun Easter Egg Exchange Dice Game that kids can play. Download and print a copy of these Easter cards.
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How to Make Easter Fun
Are you tired of the same old Easter traditions? Are you looking for something fun to do? Here are some tips for making Easter fun! Sprinkling some fun things here and there is more fun than you ever thought possible. By adding in fun activity here and there, you are going to make Easter that much more memorable.
Get the Kids Involved
One way to make Easter fun is to get the kids involved. Often times, we forget to see what the kids think and we plan everything ourselves. It’s actually fun to get the kids involved and ask them their opinion on things. Kids are full of ideas adults would never have thought of.
Surprise Your Kids
Another way to make Easter fun is to surprise your kids. Do things you wouldn’t normally do and surprise them! Wake your kids up early and surprise them with an Easter Egg hunt before school. Put money inside the eggs!
Wake your kids up early and surprise them with an egg-themed breakfast. Kids LOVE this sort of stuff and can never get enough of it. Surprising kids is something they will cherish! Of course, it’s about finding what your kids will enjoy most and doing that for them.
Do This Fun Easter Egg Exchange Dice Game
You can make Easter fun by printing out this Easter Egg Exchange Dicew Game and doing it with your kids. They will love switching things up for Easter. I made this Easter Egg Exchange because I wanted to switch things up a little this Easter and I thought this was a fun way to do it. Your kids and family are going to enjoy doing this egg exchange as well.
What Do I Need To To Play this Easter Egg Exchange Dice Game
Easter Egg Exchange Game Cards (DOWNLOAD HERE)
How Do I Play Easter Egg Exchange?
This is fun game for the kids to play after an Easter egg hunt. This game will let them trade or keep the eggs they found. If they didn’t go on an egg hunt, you can provide some filled eggs for them to play with.
There are two different playing card versions for this game. You will only need to play with one. So pick one and set the other aside to use another time. You will need one dice to play this game so get our dice ready.
The youngest player goes first. Roll one dice. Whatever number they roll is the number to look for on the Easter Egg Exchange card. Follow the directions that correspond with the number rolled.
Save this Easter Egg Exchange Dice Game for later. Pin the image below to your favorite Pinterest Board.
I hope these ideas help you make Easter fun. Remember that Easter is a great time to spend special moments with friends and family. How do you plan on making Easter fun for your kids this year?
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