4.jpgIt wouldn’t be Easter without an Easter egg hunt, so this year why not make it your best yet with our easy tips and tricks?

Let Them Know the Easter Bunny Has Been

Easter bunnies get hungry when making their deliveries and tend to leave half nibbled carrots nearby. Add a few pawprints for extra authenticity.

Keep the Family Peace

If you have more than one child, you’ll know an Easter egg hunt can quickly spark arguments. Avoid this by having a communal Easter basket where everyone places their eggs so they can be divided evenly once the Easter egg hunt is finished.

Get Them Thinking

Older kids might think an Easter egg hunt is a bit childish, so make it more interesting for them by providing a map and riddles to solve.

Adults needn’t miss out on the fun as you can do an adult-oriented Easter egg hunt with suitable treats or vouchers.