Turn your old egg cartons into a chicks vs. bunnies checker game. It's a craft first, and then an Easter game!
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Have kids roll a die to start putting the bunny together. This game doubles as a sneaky way to get the younger set to practice counting and matching.
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Ditch the Xs and Os, and try to get three bunnies and chicks in a row with this adorable tic-tac-toe Easter game.
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Break out the pool noodles, Easter wrapping paper, and paper cups to create a bunny-approved bowling alley for the kiddos.
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Put one minute on the timer, and challenge kids to move as many jelly beans from one bowl to another with nothing more than a straw and their own breath.
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Using a white crayon, draw lots of Easter eggs on white paper. Then, let kids add watercolor paint to reveal the hidden eggs. Perfect for toddlers and preschoolers.
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Even your littlest kiddo can get in on the fun with this plastic egg matching Easter game. Download the free printable game board to get started.
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Just add fluffy, cotton tails to the back of each sack to create an Easter-themed twist to the traditional race game.
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Simply print this free bunny graphic and a sheet of bunny tails to start the pinning fun!
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Paint an adorable rabbit onto a large piece of cardboard. Cut out his mouth and belly to create two different point zones for kiddos to aim for.
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Call out colors instead of numbers and letters to help kids win (and complete a colorful picture) with this unique twist on this classic game.
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