Easter game for elementary school students

March 21, 2008 at 3:14 pm | Posted in Elementary Class | Leave a comment

We played a fun game today in my elementary school class. It was an Easter Egg Hunt, with a twist. I wrote down a bunch of questions on little pieces of paper, and put them in small easter eggs. Then I asked the students to close their eyes and count to ten, and hid the eggs around the classroom. Next I asked the students to go find one egg. Once they found the egg, they came back and sat down and had to read the question inside the egg and answer it. It is a really simple game, but the kids loved it and asked to play again three times! Each time I asked them what color their egg was, and made them pick a different color egg the next time. This meant that each time they had a new question.


If your students are really good at writing, you could first ask them to write the questions on the paper. We used, “What’s your name? What color is your shirt? Where do you live? etc.” Also, if you don’t want to use plastic easter eggs, you could just fold up the paper and put it around the room.

Have fun!

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