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Easter Scavenger Hunt Clues for Hiding Kids Easter Baskets!

This post has updated for 2020 with new clues at the end of this post.

One of our family traditions is a Christmas Scavenger Hunt, it’s fun for all of any age! We also like to hide our daughters’ Easter baskets, so I decided to create some Easter Scavenger Hunt Clues to make this year extra fun and keep up with our scavenger hunt tradition.

Easter Scavenger Hunt Clues - family fun for your kids to find their Easter Basket Gifts |

It’s so much fun to create these fun family experiences, and in my opinion scavenger hunts are a low/no cost activity that amplifies the gift joy. One of my love languages is gifts, so giving and recieving them are definitely a heart matter for me.

I’ve created four eight clues, but also included a blank set of clues so you can write your own or add additional clue steps if you want.

Clue #1 (chick in egg) – perhaps you could hide this in an egg, or give it at breakfast — leads them to bed/pillow.

Clue #2 (eggs) – found on bed/pillow — leads to plate in kitchen.

Clue #3 (flowers) – found on plate in kitchen — leads to shoe.

Clue #4 (jumping chick) – found in shoe — leads to family photo frame. Here you can perhaps use a blank clue to write the location of the basket, or you might hide the basket nearby the picture frame.

Clues #5-8 (added on) – use how you want! :)

I hope you enjoy this Easter scavenger hunt, and that the clues work well. Enjoy your family time together this Easter season!

Easter Scavenger Hunt Clues for Kids Easter Basket Gifts - love this family fun game |



Here are some brand new Easter egg hunt clues to help you make Easter extra fun for your kids. These clues will send them around the house searching for their Easter baskets. Consider hiding the clues in Easter eggs along with a treat or two!

Figure out how to give the first clue, then each clue will lead them along to these spots:

Shoe –>
Toothbrush –>
Blow (Kleenex) –>
Land (Tree) –>
Plate –>

easter egg hunt clues for a scavenger hunt for kids
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD these Easter egg hunt clues ┬ęKim Tate/Stuffed Suitcase

I hope this Easter scavenger hunt can bring your family a lot of joy. I know my girls have loved this family tradition and still want to do it even as teenagers!

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    • Kimberly says

      Thank you Savanna! I loved scavenger hunts as a kid and my own kiddos love them too. Honestly, I still like them! :)

  1. Dee says

    This sounds like a fun tradition! We usually have several egg hunts throughout the day, but a scavenger hunt sounds even better! :)

    • Kimberly says

      Thanks for visiting Dee! We still have and egg hunt, but we use the scavenger hunt for their Easter baskets. Sounds like you’ve got a packed day tomorrow. Happy Easter!

  2. Dawn says

    I LOVE this! I just blogged about my Easter Morning Memories– all about how my parents had us go on a scavenger hunt to find our Easter baskets. I love having these memories and can’t wait to have kids to pass the tradition on. Thank you for sharing this! I’m so glad I found your blog on the Showlicious Link Party! :-) Dawn @ 730 Moments

    • Kimberly says

      So glad you linked over Dawn! My girls love the scavenger hunts and it’s fun to think they might start the tradition with their own kids one day. Take care!

    • Kimberly says

      Great! My, the east coast has had quite a winter. Here in Seattle we didn’t have enough snow to open some ski hills, and others closed in February. One relay event locally that has a ski portion is having to restructure the event because there isn’t enough snow to ski, which is a first.

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