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Outdoor Easter egg hunt clues

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outdoor easter egg hunt clues

Although a large Easter egg hunt won't be possible this year, following the roadmap out of lockdown, you'll still be able to meet with one other household or within the "rule of six" outside or in a private garden which means there is still plenty of fun to be had, whether just with your immediate family or a few extra guests too. 

An outdoor Easter egg hunt provides the opportunity for lots of fun, fresh air and exercise. There is also lots of great places to hide eggs for your little hunter to seek out. To help you out, we've pulled together some of our very best outdoor Easter egg hunts clues to get you started. 

Outdoor Easter egg hunt clues 

Roses are red, violets are blue, for your next clue, go to the flowers and smell a few.  
Flower beds.

Use the handle to open my lid, it could be hot where your clue is hidden.
BBQ.

Fill me with seeds and put me up high, my guests come from up in the sky.
Bird feeder.

Use me to give plants a drink, you fill me up from the kitchen sink!
Watering can.

I hold flowers and am often watered.
Flowerpot.

Reach new heights by swinging on my seat, a regular seat just can't compete. 
A swing.

You step on me every day before you leave.
Doormat. 

I am green and I grow and what you mow.
Grass. 

Incy Wincy spider climbed up the...
Water spout.

I have four tyres and sit on your drive.
Car.

Don't forget to use your brain, you'll find this egg next to the...
Drain.

Carefully, carefully you must tread, whilst inside the garden...
Shed.

I'm home to fin-tastic critters and ribbiting reptiles. 
Pond.

Easter egg hunt buys

Who doesn't love Cadbury's chocolate? This delicious kit contains 14 hollow milk chocolate eggs, three hollow chocolate bunnies and a treat bag of solid milk eggs in a crisp sugar shell. Each pack also has cut out markers and clues to help with the hunt.

Designed with vivid Easter egg, chick and bunny patterns, this cute package comes with 18 pieces Easter hunt arrows of six styles to show different directions including, turn left, over here, eggs this way, keep going, turn right and hop this way, guiding your child clearly.

They may be plastic but these cute chicken eggs can be reused year after year. Simply fill with small toys or mini chocolates or sweets.

If your youngster isn't a big fan of chocolate but still fancies something sweet, this pouch of classic Swizzels sweets such as as Squashies, Drumstick, Double Lollies, Refreshers and more could be an option.

A great alternative to chocolate treats, this set has 12 plastic Easter eggs, 12 pieces mini toys to pop into the eggs and 80 Easter stickers.

Every Easter egg hunt (however small!) requires an Easter basket. There are plenty of options out there to buy but we adore these oh-so-cute personalised chip-wood baskets with removable liner. Choose between pink or blue. 

Get the whole family into character with this 12 pack of cute and comfy bunny ears, suitable for both adults and children so there's no excuse not to get involved. 

 
  • Author: Emily Thorpe Emily Thorpe
  • Job Title: Digital Writer

Having written for Mother&Baby magazine for four years where she wrote news, product pages, features and interviewed celebrities such as Paloma Faith and Fearne Cotton, Emily now works as Digital Writer for Mother&Baby online where she specialises in travel and product reviews. 

 

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