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Indoor Easter Egg Hunt Clues (Free Printable)


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These free printable Indoor Easter Egg Hunt Clues make it easy to set up a fun scavenger hunt for eggs on Easter morning.

Kids will have fun solving the riddles to locate each Easter egg to fill up their baskets.

printable Easter Egg Hunt Clues with grass, Easter eggs, bunny ears, and cloudy skies in the background and title text at the bottom reading Easter egg Hunt clues

Why You’ll Love These Indoor Easter Egg Hunt Clues

Sure, you can just randomly hide several eggs around the house and let your child search for them.

Some problems I’ve run into with that approach though are:

  1. Kids often end up looking anxiously in all sorts of places, often leaving a mess in their wake
  2. Every once in awhile an egg isn’t found until weeks later because you forget everywhere you hid them
  3. The hunt is either over too quickly or takes way too long, depending on how well you hid the eggs

An Easter egg scavenger hunt solves all of these problems. The clues will direct kids to very specific locations.

So, you’ll know exactly where to hide them. And your child will know exactly where to look once they crack a clue.

The clues are intentionally written to be fairly easy to solve so that kids won’t get frustrated or confused. They also lead kids to areas that are common in all households.

Finally, since Spring weather can be unpredictable, all of these Easter egg hunt clues keep the fun indoors. That way, if cold or rainy weather prevents an outdoor hunt, you won’t have to change plans.

How to Use These Egg Hunt Clues

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Starting the Hunt

The card announcing the hunt isn’t a riddle. It simply tips your child off that the egg hunt will be searching for clues to find the eggs.

Because of this, I recommend placing the first card in a place where your child won’t miss it. Perhaps this will be taped to their bedroom door, on the bathroom mirror, or maybe the refrigerator door.

Then, place some Easter bunny paw prints on the floor to lead them to their first clue. You can make your own paw prints with flour or powder. Or, skip the mess and just use these.

Easter Basket

Depending on your Easter traditions, you may plan to start or end your egg hunt with an Easter basket.

decorated Easter eggs in three colorful baskets with a colorful Easter sign on fake grass in the background

If you start with the basket, it provides the child with an easy way to carry the eggs as the hunt progresses. If you go this route, you can place the first card or the first clue in the basket.

The final clue directs your child to mom or dad to collect a treasure. So, if you start with the basket, plan to have a fun toy, treat, or special announcement (e.g. “we’re going on a picnic” or “we’re going to play a family board game”).

If you end with the basket, the basket of goodies will be the treasure at the end of the Easter treasure hunt.

Find tons of basket filler ideas here.

Egg Hunt Clues

As for the remaining clues, you can either hide these inside eggs at each location. It’s up to you whether or not to include other treats inside the eggs with the clues.

Or, you can tape them to a wall, window, door, or other hard surface at each location, with an egg placed conspicuously nearby.

If you want to make the egg hunt extra special, place the clues inside mini envelopes like these and stamp them with an Easter Bunny footprint on the outside.

Equipment Needed

The point of these printable egg hunt clues is to make Easter morning easier for you. You don’t need a lot of special equipment or supplies to use them.

You will however, need a means to print the clues. So, make sure you have:

  • A printer (this one is a great multifunction choice for home use)
  • Printer paper or cardstock

And because these are for an egg hunt, you’ll also need some plastic eggs.

Helpful Tools

These supplies aren’t necessary, but will add some extra fun to your Easter treasure hunt.

How to Get the Indoor Easter Egg Hunt Clues

The Indoor Easter Egg Hunt Clues come in a PDF file that you can download and print over and over.

Fill in the form below to get access to your copy of the Indoor Easter Egg Hunt Clues or CLICK HERE.

Not only will you get access to the printable, you’ll also get access to the entire library of printables I’ve created.

FAQs

How do I access the printable?

Fill in the form above. After you submit the form, you’ll receive an email from “Wondermom Wannabe” with a direct link to the printable. If you do not see the email in your inbox within a few minutes, check your spam folder.

Where can I find my file after I download it?

The most likely place will be in your computer’s Downloads folder. You can also select “Downloads” in your browser menu to see a list of your downloads, then simply select “Show in folder” below the file name to see where it is stored on your computer.

How do I print a PDF?

You’ll need a program that supports PDFS, like Adobe Acrobat (which is free). Open the program, click File > Print. Select your printer and set the number of copies you want to print. Double check your print preview, then click print.

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32 thoughts on “Indoor Easter Egg Hunt Clues (Free Printable)”

  1. I also can’t get the cards. When I submit the form I receive the message “Oops you’re already a subscriber” then right back to the Egg hunt page. Over and over. Please just email the clues.

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    • Sometimes you can’t see the form if you have an ad blocker. So, I added a “click here” in the post, and you can click on that hyperlink and be directed to the form to input your email.

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  2. I can’t find the form to fill out. It says see form below then there is an ad. Then it says see the form above but no form.
    Please help!

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    • I added a “click here” in the post, and you can click on that hyperlink and be directed to the form to input your email.

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  3. I can’t find the section that allows me to get the free Easter scavenger hunt printable. Please let me know where I can locate it.

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    • Sometimes you can’t see the form if you have an ad blocker. So, I added a “click here” in the post, and you can click on that hyperlink and be directed to the form to input your email.

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    • Sometimes you can’t see the form if you have an ad blocker. So, I added a “click here” in the post, and you can click on that hyperlink and be directed to the form to input your email.

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    • Sometimes you can’t see the form if you have an ad blocker. So, I added a “click here” in the post, and you can click on that hyperlink and be directed to the form to input your email.

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    • Sometimes you can’t see the form if you have an ad blocker. So, I added a “click here” in the post, and you can click on that hyperlink and be directed to the form to input your email.

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    • Sometimes you can’t see the form if you have an ad blocker. So, I added a “click here” in the post, and you can click on that hyperlink and be directed to the form to input your email.

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    • Sometimes you can’t see the form if you have an ad blocker. So, I added a “click here” in the post, and you can click on that hyperlink and be directed to the form to input your email.

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