INDOOR MINUTE TO WIN IT EASTER GAMES
I’ll admit that I have a ton of plastic Easter eggs laying around. I’ve had dreams for a few years of doing a neighborhood egg hunt with the kids that live in our cul-de-sac but it hasn’t worked out in a few years.
The kids still talk about the year we did get outside to hunt eggs and the Easter Egg Hunt Ideas we came up using Hatchimals CollEGGtibles. My daughter and the girls next door are big collectors so adding Hatchimals CollEGGtibles into the egg hunt mix made it even more fun for them!
PLANNING FUN EASTER GAMES FOR KIDS
Whether you’re planning an indoor egg hunt or trying out some minute to win it Easter games, I highly recommend adding Hatchimals CollEGGtibles into the egg mix.
Each carton includes four out-of-egg characters and eight in-egg characters. Some of the characters have translucent confetti-filled tummies and some are covered in color confetti graphics! They’ll add some sparkle to Easter and our Hatchimals CollEGGtibles collection.
MINUTE TO WIN IT EASTER GAMES
So the great thing about the minute to win it games is that they’re short (which works well for family members of all ages) and they usually don’t require many supplies! That makes them simple to plan and you probably have most of what you need, outside of plastic eggs and Hatchimals CollEGGtible around the house already!
You’ll need a spoon, two baskets (or containers of similar size), and your Hatchimals CollEGGtibles to play this game.
For younger kids, give them a larger spoon while older kids can play with a smaller spoon to even the playing field.
This game is playing in partners so have your family pair up. Space the partners a specific distance apart and have them each place one hand behind their back.
One partner is in charge of tossing an egg (one at a time) to the other partner. The catching partner can also only use one hand to catch. To make it more challenging for older kids, have them use their non-dominant hands.
See how many eggs each team can successfully toss and catch in one minute!
For another way to play this game, have the partners stand closer together to start. Each time a catch is made successfully, each person steps back. If the catch is missed, they toss again without moving.
For this game, you’ll need 5-10 cups or bowls of similar size.
Line the cups or bowls up in a straight line. Have the player stand at one end of the line.
They have a minute to toss an egg into as many containers as possible starting with the one closest to them. Once they land the egg in the first container, they can retrieve it to toss to the next one. You can also have a basket of eggs so once they land the first egg, they simply reach for a second egg and go for the next container.
The player to land the most eggs at the end of a minute is the winner.
For this game, you’ll need a straw and an egg for each player. You’ll also need washi tape or painters tape.
Mark a starting line and a finish line on the floor with the tape.
Have each player use the straw to blow their egg towards the finish line. Time each player. Whoever gets the farthest in a minute or finishes in the shortest times is the winner!
For this game, you’ll need eggs, tongs (or chopsticks to make it extra challenging), and two baskets or containers.
Players use the tongs or chopsticks to move the eggs from one basket to the other. They can only move one egg at a time!
This game idea only needs eggs to play. You give each player a minute to stand up as many eggs as they can so the balance on their larger end.
This one definitely offers a high level of challenge that makes it a good one for adults and older children!
For this version of “bowling” you’ll want one egg that looks different than the rest or some other decorative Easter item. For our bowling game, I used a bunny from my Easter decorations.
Place the different egg or Easter item (in my case, the bunny) at one end of the space you’re playing in. Each player will have a chance to roll as many eggs as close to the bunny as they can in one minute. Mark with where the closest egg ended up with washi tape or painters tape and repeat with the next player.
INDOOR EASTER EGG HUNT
You don’t have to go outside to have an egg hunt. And you can keep the egg hunt manageable indoors by doing it minute to win it style!
Choose a room or two in the house and limit the space where the eggs can be hidden. You can then do the egg hunt a few different ways to get more of the family involved.
CRACK THE EGGS/HATCH THE EGGS
This isn’t a minute to win it game, it’s just the fun of Easter eggs! Whether you’re using plastic eggs filled with treats or Hatchimals CollEGGtibles, be sure to give your kids time to open their eggs and see what goodies they have inside!
The Limmy Edish Glamfetti 12-Pack Egg Carton is an entire carton of limited edition Hatchimals CollEGGtibles! It’s the only place to get the colorful Glamfetti Hatchimals so she was extra excited. If my kids find out anything is limited edition, they are ready to check it out! It’s a must-add to every collection!