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Host your own hunt...with a twist

Assigning each child a different color egg to search for can add to the fun of an Easter egg hunt.
Assigning each child a different color egg to search for can add to the fun of an Easter egg hunt. Getty Images/iStockphoto

Want to host your own Easter Egg Hunt this week? Check out some ways to mix things up!

1. Put glow sticks in the eggs and have a night hunt.

2. Give clues and have a egg scavenger hunt.

3. Color code eggs and have each child find their own color.

4. Have a flashlight egg hunt.

5. For teens, have a reverse egg hunt. Have them take the egg and take it to places found on a list. The teen must take a photo of the egg in each of the places. Think egg on a swing, egg by a pond, egg by a blue car.

6. Or really mix it up and let the kids hide the eggs and have mom & dad go on the hunt!

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