One of my favorite holidays is Easter. I love everything about it. I love celebrating that Jesus rose from the grave. I love getting together with my church family. I love the egg hunts. I love the family meals. I love the outfits. I love the pictures. I love it all.
Last night when I started thinking about how Easter would look this year I immediately got sad. I guess I kinda *naively* thought this would all be over by then. Jared and I started brainstorming different things we could do with our families, our church, and our neighborhoods. My attitude quickly changed when we came up with the idea of a community wide Easter egg hunt.
We may not be able to gather together to hunt eggs as a church family or a neighborhood, but nothing can stop us from still celebrating the holiday.
So, here’s what you do: Download The Great 2020 Egg Hunt PDF (found at the bottom of this post). Share it with your church, family, school, neighborhood, community, etc.
Parents can print the egg templates or children can create their own. You will find all of the directions needed in the PDF, so that anyone can easily follow it!
Children color or decorate the eggs however they wish!
After the eggs are all finished, hang the eggs up in the front windows of your house! I couldn’t take a picture of that today because it’s raining and I don’t want to stand outside, ha! When families go on walks or drives, they can be on the hunt to see how many eggs they can find hanging in windows!
We have dark screens on all of our windows, so we will be attaching them to the outside, but most people can simply tape them from the inside. Since we will be hanging them from the outside, we laminated our eggs. I hope you enjoy hosting a community wide Easter egg hunt! We can’t wait to see how many communities get involved.
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