14 Fun DIY Easter Games For Your Kids

Easter is coming and if you have children, you’ll have to consider that. Prepare decor, treats and of course games for Easter for your children. I’d like to share the some DIY Easter games that are suitable for kids and to play with them to enjoy the holiday. Moreover, there are instructions that tell you how to play them all. Let’s have a look at some ideas.

The first project is dedicated to a fun board game for Easter. There are bunnies and chicks, plus carrots and eggs, all of them are made of clay. The game requires some strategic thinking, but for the most part outstanding dice-rolling skills, also known as luck. And as it turns out, not everybody possesses such noteworthy talent.

DIY Easter board game with chicks and bunnies (via mottesblog.blogspot.ru)

DIY Easter board game with chicks and bunnies (via mottesblog.blogspot.ru)

Here’s a funny and colorful Poke-a-Bunny Game idea. This game is a fun activity for kids to enjoy at school, home, daycare, indoors or outdoors. The idea is about taking some plastic cups and covering them with paper while hiding some bunnies inside. Let your kids guess and find where they can be!

DIY 'poke a bunny' Easter game for kids (via www.fun365.orientaltrading.com)

DIY ‘poke a bunny’ Easter game for kids (via www.fun365.orientaltrading.com)

Enjoy the fun while playing Easter bunny bean bag toss! Make a cool cardboard bunny with large holes and a couple of felt carrots to play the game. The craft is pretty simple: making a cardboard bunny is easy and carrots don’t require much sewing, too. Make it fast and enjoy!

DIY Easter bunny bean bag toss (via www.pinkstripeysocks.com)

DIY Easter bunny bean bag toss (via www.pinkstripeysocks.com)

Tic tac toe board game is a popular and traditional thing to rock. Make it for Easter! For this holiday you may go for polymer clay bunnies and chicks as parts of the game. Take a wooden plaque and paint it to make a colorful board for the game.

DIY colorful tic tac toe game for Easter (via littlegrayfox.blogspot.ru)

DIY colorful tic tac toe game for Easter (via littlegrayfox.blogspot.ru)

Do you have a lot of plastic eggs left over from previous Easters? Then grab them and take some plastic bottles, too. Make a cool plastic egg toss game for the coming Easter and let your kids have a lot of fun with it! The idea is pretty simple and won’t take much time to realize.

DIY Easter plastic egg toss (via confidencemeetsparenting.com)

DIY Easter plastic egg toss (via confidencemeetsparenting.com)

Here’s a preschool kid’s game for Easter, it’s about feeding the bunny. You’ll have to make some cards with carrots and a bunny of a paper bag, then your kids will feel the bunny  as much as they want! they will have to figure out how to open the bunny’s mouth but that’s not difficult.

DIY feed bunny game (via www.littlefamilyfun.com)

DIY feed bunny game (via www.littlefamilyfun.com)

This is a funny paper game suitable for anyone. Print out the game board and disperse candy, cereal pieces, pretzel bites, anything you want. The person then comes back into the room and picks a square, one at a time, eating the candy. When he or she picks the “peep” everyone yells “Don’t Eat the Peep!”  Continue until everyone has a turn.Have one person leave the room while the other players arrange the food on the board.  One piece in each square.

DIY Easter game 'don't eat the peep' (via www.thirtyhandmadedays.com)

DIY Easter game ‘don’t eat the peep’ (via www.thirtyhandmadedays.com)

If your children enjoy drawing, this tutorial is right what they need! They will have to draw bunny’s faces, and then each player takes turns rolling the dice. How to play it? Start by rolling to decide which style of bunnies cheeks you will be drawing. Once everyone has drawn their cheeks, roll again to decide which face, then nose etc until you have a complete silly bunny face.

DIY funny bunny face game (via www.housingaforest.com)

DIY funny bunny face game (via www.housingaforest.com)

If you have an outdoor space, inspire your children to go there making an egg popper tree! Put something tasty inside each plastic egg, cover the eggs so that they reminded you of candies and hang them on the tree. All the kids, not only yours but also neighboring ones, will come to your outdoor space to catch these candies!

DIY egg popper tree with treats (via studiodiy.com)

DIY egg popper tree with treats (via studiodiy.com)

Here’s an indoor game for the smallest kids. Let your children make it themselves! The idea is about cutting out some colored paper squares and attaching them to each other and to the floor. Let your kids hippity hop on the squares and have fun!

DIY Easter life size bunny hop indoor fun (via playgroundparkbench.com)

DIY Easter life size bunny hop indoor fun (via playgroundparkbench.com)

Go outside and play this simple and fun kids’ game! You’ll have to sew a colorful parachute for the eggs and find or buy some plastic eggs. The empty plastic eggs are super light so they will pop up easily and fly in the air. If it is a bit windy outside, it will help the parachute get some great movement. Enjoy!

DIY Easter egg parachute game (via teachpreschool.org)

DIY Easter egg parachute game (via teachpreschool.org)

This game will take you 1 minute to make because all you need to do is to print out some sheets of paper and get some colorful plastic eggs, that’s it! These eggs are filled with treats, except for one. Read the tutorial to understand why.

DIY egg neighbor Easter game (via www.tipsfromatypicalmomblog.com)

DIY egg neighbor Easter game (via www.tipsfromatypicalmomblog.com)

Here’s another fun idea of an Easter toss game. You’ll have to make a large cardboard bunny with an opened mouth and some felt carrots to feed the animal. Read how to make all the parts of the game and let your kids have a lot of fun – outdoors or indoors.

DIY Easter game with feeding a bunny (via www.essentials.co.za)

DIY Easter game with feeding a bunny (via www.essentials.co.za)

This game is a very developing one and is ideal for preschoolers. Take a lot of colorful plastic eggs and write various letters on them. Write different letters on different halves and let your children make different words themselves. Read the tutorial to get some ideas of such words and letters.

DIY Easter egg word family game (via www.bonbonbreak.com)

DIY Easter egg word family game (via www.bonbonbreak.com)

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14 Fun DIY Easter Games For Your Kids

Easter is coming and if you have children, you’ll have to consider that. Prepare decor, treats and of course games for Easter for your children. I’d like to share the some DIY Easter games that are suitable for kids and to play with them to enjoy the holiday. Moreover, there are instructions that tell you how to play them all. Let’s have a look at some ideas.

The first project is dedicated to a fun board game for Easter. There are bunnies and chicks, plus carrots and eggs, all of them are made of clay. The game requires some strategic thinking, but for the most part outstanding dice-rolling skills, also known as luck. And as it turns out, not everybody possesses such noteworthy talent.

DIY Easter board game with chicks and bunnies (via mottesblog.blogspot.ru)

DIY Easter board game with chicks and bunnies (via mottesblog.blogspot.ru)

Here’s a funny and colorful Poke-a-Bunny Game idea. This game is a fun activity for kids to enjoy at school, home, daycare, indoors or outdoors. The idea is about taking some plastic cups and covering them with paper while hiding some bunnies inside. Let your kids guess and find where they can be!

DIY 'poke a bunny' Easter game for kids (via www.fun365.orientaltrading.com)

DIY ‘poke a bunny’ Easter game for kids (via www.fun365.orientaltrading.com)

Enjoy the fun while playing Easter bunny bean bag toss! Make a cool cardboard bunny with large holes and a couple of felt carrots to play the game. The craft is pretty simple: making a cardboard bunny is easy and carrots don’t require much sewing, too. Make it fast and enjoy!

DIY Easter bunny bean bag toss (via www.pinkstripeysocks.com)

DIY Easter bunny bean bag toss (via www.pinkstripeysocks.com)

Tic tac toe board game is a popular and traditional thing to rock. Make it for Easter! For this holiday you may go for polymer clay bunnies and chicks as parts of the game. Take a wooden plaque and paint it to make a colorful board for the game.

DIY colorful tic tac toe game for Easter (via littlegrayfox.blogspot.ru)

DIY colorful tic tac toe game for Easter (via littlegrayfox.blogspot.ru)

Do you have a lot of plastic eggs left over from previous Easters? Then grab them and take some plastic bottles, too. Make a cool plastic egg toss game for the coming Easter and let your kids have a lot of fun with it! The idea is pretty simple and won’t take much time to realize.

DIY Easter plastic egg toss (via confidencemeetsparenting.com)

DIY Easter plastic egg toss (via confidencemeetsparenting.com)

Here’s a preschool kid’s game for Easter, it’s about feeding the bunny. You’ll have to make some cards with carrots and a bunny of a paper bag, then your kids will feel the bunny  as much as they want! they will have to figure out how to open the bunny’s mouth but that’s not difficult.

DIY feed bunny game (via www.littlefamilyfun.com)

DIY feed bunny game (via www.littlefamilyfun.com)

This is a funny paper game suitable for anyone. Print out the game board and disperse candy, cereal pieces, pretzel bites, anything you want. The person then comes back into the room and picks a square, one at a time, eating the candy. When he or she picks the “peep” everyone yells “Don’t Eat the Peep!”  Continue until everyone has a turn.Have one person leave the room while the other players arrange the food on the board.  One piece in each square.

DIY Easter game 'don't eat the peep' (via www.thirtyhandmadedays.com)

DIY Easter game ‘don’t eat the peep’ (via www.thirtyhandmadedays.com)

If your children enjoy drawing, this tutorial is right what they need! They will have to draw bunny’s faces, and then each player takes turns rolling the dice. How to play it? Start by rolling to decide which style of bunnies cheeks you will be drawing. Once everyone has drawn their cheeks, roll again to decide which face, then nose etc until you have a complete silly bunny face.

DIY funny bunny face game (via www.housingaforest.com)

DIY funny bunny face game (via www.housingaforest.com)

If you have an outdoor space, inspire your children to go there making an egg popper tree! Put something tasty inside each plastic egg, cover the eggs so that they reminded you of candies and hang them on the tree. All the kids, not only yours but also neighboring ones, will come to your outdoor space to catch these candies!

DIY egg popper tree with treats (via studiodiy.com)

DIY egg popper tree with treats (via studiodiy.com)

Here’s an indoor game for the smallest kids. Let your children make it themselves! The idea is about cutting out some colored paper squares and attaching them to each other and to the floor. Let your kids hippity hop on the squares and have fun!

DIY Easter life size bunny hop indoor fun (via playgroundparkbench.com)

DIY Easter life size bunny hop indoor fun (via playgroundparkbench.com)

Go outside and play this simple and fun kids’ game! You’ll have to sew a colorful parachute for the eggs and find or buy some plastic eggs. The empty plastic eggs are super light so they will pop up easily and fly in the air. If it is a bit windy outside, it will help the parachute get some great movement. Enjoy!

DIY Easter egg parachute game (via teachpreschool.org)

DIY Easter egg parachute game (via teachpreschool.org)

This game will take you 1 minute to make because all you need to do is to print out some sheets of paper and get some colorful plastic eggs, that’s it! These eggs are filled with treats, except for one. Read the tutorial to understand why.

DIY egg neighbor Easter game (via www.tipsfromatypicalmomblog.com)

DIY egg neighbor Easter game (via www.tipsfromatypicalmomblog.com)

Here’s another fun idea of an Easter toss game. You’ll have to make a large cardboard bunny with an opened mouth and some felt carrots to feed the animal. Read how to make all the parts of the game and let your kids have a lot of fun – outdoors or indoors.

DIY Easter game with feeding a bunny (via www.essentials.co.za)

DIY Easter game with feeding a bunny (via www.essentials.co.za)

This game is a very developing one and is ideal for preschoolers. Take a lot of colorful plastic eggs and write various letters on them. Write different letters on different halves and let your children make different words themselves. Read the tutorial to get some ideas of such words and letters.

DIY Easter egg word family game (via www.bonbonbreak.com)

DIY Easter egg word family game (via www.bonbonbreak.com)

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