“Egg-straordinary Fun: Repurposing Your Easter Eggs”

Easter egg hunts are a delightful tradition, but what about all those colorful eggs left behind?
Don’t toss them aside!
The Easter egg hunt is over, but the fun doesn’t have to stop there! Those colorful plastic eggs are brimming with possibilities beyond hiding candy. Also, remember that we have the Happy Easter Box for this time of the year!

Here are 5 creative activities to extend the Easter cheer and put those leftover eggs to good use:

5 Activities for Your Leftover Easter Eggs

1.Glow in the Dark Extravaganza: Create glowing Easter eggs for magical nighttime adventure! Carefully crack open the eggs (adults can help with this!) and place small light wands inside the egg. I’d recommend one light wand per egg. You can try this activity even in the day, just close the shades or in a dark room and play with the lighted up eggs, let the fun begin!

2.Egg-cellent Ice Eggs: Fill your plastic Easter eggs with water and food coloring, add any toys if wished. Don’t forget to leave some space at the top! Freeze them overnight and watch them transform into vibrant ice eggs. Perfect for a backyard playdate with a cool twist!

3.Eggs Rescue: Turn your Easter eggs into a playful challenge! Tape them to a wall and challenge friends and family (younger ones will love this!) to use a spoon to “rescue” the eggs without dropping them. For an extra twist, blindfold the participants for some silly fun!

4.Dyed Eggs: Ditch the store-bought dyes and explore the wonders of natural colors! You’ll need hard-boiled eggs, hot water, food coloring, vinegar, small containers and a spoon. First, pour the hot water in each container (needs to cover each egg). Second, add 2 spoons of vinegar to each container. Third, pour 20 drops of food coloring in each container (use as many colors as you prefer). Fourth, place the eggs inside each container and move the eggs inside the solution. Finally, wait at least 5 minutes to see your eggs dyed, let it dry and decor them!

5.Sensory Egg Shakers: These aren’t your average Easter eggs! Fill them with different household items for a delightful sensory experience. Try rice for a calming shaking sound, chickpeas for a textured feel, cereal for a fun rattling sound, or even nuts for older children (adult supervision recommended).

So grab your leftover eggs, unleash your creativity, and get ready for some egg-cellent fun!

Remember: If you are interested in activities for your infants, toddlers or kids at home, take a look at “Happy Boxes

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I hope you can try these activities at home, tell me if you could do one of them in the comments. I’ll be happy to read them 😊

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