Hide the Easter eggs around the house and give them clues leading them to their chocolate treats!
To make things easier we’ve written out some rhyming Easter egg clues as free printables for you to print out and use.
Time: 20 minutes
Age: Toddlers to Big kids
Difficulty to make: Easy peasy
How to set up your Easter egg hunt
Print out the rhyming clues
First print out our free Easter egg hunt clue printables.
Our first two printables are for older children with 12 rhyming clues for you to choose from.
Our third printable is for toddlers and younger children with short and easy clues.
Click on the clues below to download the free printable pdf:
- Rhyming clues for older children part 1: is for children from 3 years and older
- Rhyming clues for older children part 2: is for children from 3 years and older
- Rhyming clues for younger children: is for children from 18 months and older.
Cut out the clues
Each of our rhyming clues has a fun and easy puzzle to solve. Once your child has cracked the clue it leads them to the next place to go to look for the next clue.
Cut out as many of the clues as you would like to use.
You might like to stick them on some patterned card or paper to make them look even prettier.
Hide your first clue
Decide which clue you want your child to start with. Solve the riddle and put the SECOND clue there. So if the first clue leads your child to look in the fridge, put the SECOND clue in the fridge.
Hold onto the first clue, which you will give to your child to start their Easter egg hunt.
Keep hiding the clues to lay the trail
Once you have hidden your second clue, hide the third clue in the place where the second clue leads your child to.
Keep hiding clues in this way until you have hidden the last clue, which will lead your child to their prize.
Hide the Easter eggs
Once you have hidden the final clue take a note of the last place it will lead your child to look and hide the Easter eggs there.
Now all you need are some excited little Easter egg hunters and your hunt can begin.
Get hunting for those Easter eggs!