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Equitable Easter Egg Hunt

To avoid jealousy and hard feelings at an Easter Egg Hunt for your kids or grandkids, use all the same color eggs for each person. Example: blue for Joey, pink for Amy, yellow, green and purple for other kids, etc. Then take one egg of each color and put the same thing in each. Continue until all the eggs are filled. For the hunt, tell each kid what color is theirs and to only pick up eggs of that color. That way everyone has the same amount of eggs and the same amount of "goodies". No one gets their feelings hurt. If you want to and if the kids are old enough to understand, you can have one special "prize egg".


I hope this helps someone and I hope everyone has a Happy and Holy Holiday - Easter, Passover, or whatever holiday you happen to be celebrating.

By Margaret from Denton, Texas


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April 3, 20070 found this helpful

Yes this works great especially with kids of differing ages.

The last few years I've put written clues in the egg to find the location of the next egg. That's tough to do, because you have to work backwards in hiding your eggs and writing clues.

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