Easter egg hunts delight children of all ages. Few things are more fun than sighting a green egg nestled under a green plant and placing it in a basket. Easter egg hunts are not without problems, however. An undiscovered hard-boiled egg can become quite noticeable as spring warms up. Filling plastic eggs with candy is fun, but how many jelly beans should kids be eating? One creative solution is to hold a gardening Easter egg hunt.
What You Need:
- Garden plot, or pots
- Plastic Easter eggs
- Assorted flower or plant seeds