You may not realize it, but there are many Easter party games that go beyond a simple Easter egg hunt. If you are looking for fun new Easter games for kids, or looking for games for an Easter party for everyone, you should consider some of the following games. Easter party game ideas all need to be fun for various age groups, work with large groups of people, and, of course, be Easter-themed. While many of these games are targeted for children, adults can usually enjoy them too. Each of the following games fulfills these requirements and comes with strong reviews that guarantee their quality and their fun factor for your next Easter party.
Top 10 Easter Party Games
|Party Game||Number of Players||Rating|
|Egg Spoon Game||2+||4.3 Stars|
|Jumping Jack||2 to 4||4.7 Stars|
|Funny Bunny||2 to 4||4.6 Stars|
|Dancing Eggs Game||2 to 4||4.5 Stars|
|Wooden Easter Eggs||1 to 6||4.6 Stars|
|Easter Bunny Ears Ring Toss||2+||4.2 Stars|
|Pin the Tail on the Easter Bunny||2 to 12||4.0 Stars|
|Easter Memory Matching Game||1+||5.0 Stars|
|Angry Birds Easter Board Game||2 to 4||4.8 Stars|
|Easter Bean Bag Toss Game||2 to 5||4.5 Stars|
1. Egg Spoon Game
The Egg Spoon Game is a fun Easter game for kids. The game consists of six 12” wooden spoons painted a variety of bright colors and six matching wooden “eggs” with flat bottoms. Each child holds a spoon with its matching egg in the spoon, and the children then attempt to race from a start line to a finish line or through an obstacle course without dropping the egg. The person to make it to the end first without dropping the egg wins the game.
This game, while designed primarily for children, is also fun for adults who wish to play with the kids. It is also very simple to play, and much less messy than the original egg on the spoon game (which involves real eggs on real spoons). As a result, kids can drop the eggs as many times as they want without creating a mess you need to clean up later, and even young children can enjoy the challenge of balancing the egg on the spoon. Because the egg can be placed on the spoon on its side or on its flat end, the game also offers two different skill levels to keep kids (and adults!) challenged.
Reviewers generally praise this game for its quality, fun appearance, and ability to create hilarity and entertainment at Easter parties. They note that the branding on the spoons and eggs is a bit large and annoying, and note that the eggs do not have a characteristic egg shape (due to their flat bottom). However, these details do not take away from their enjoyment of the game, and they find that the flat bottom on the egg simply provides another fun way to carry the egg on the spoon. The result is a well-reviewed, fun way to enjoy the egg and spoon game.
2. Jumping Jack
Preschool-aged children will enjoy the Jumping Jack Easter party game. This game consists of a green hill with a plush bunny named Jack on top. Carrots can then be placed around the hill. Players then use a spinner to determine whether they take one or two carrots from the hill on their turn. They may also spin a Lose a Turn option or a Lose a Carrot option. One of the carrots will cause the bunny to jump (the carrot is different every time the game is played). Once the bunny is airborne, either the player whose turn it is, or everyone playing, gets to try to catch the bunny. Whoever catches the bunny wins. If no one catches the bunny, whoever has the most carrots wins. The game is ideal for 2-4 young players.
Funny Bunny is a captivating game for children because it is simple to understand and exciting to play. Because children do not know when the bunny will jump, they are on the edge of their seats waiting for their chance to catch Jack. Because you can also use your own rules in the game instead of just using the included rules, the game also provides variety and flexibility to please almost any group of players. In addition, this game teaches skills such as quick movement and hand-eye coordination for preschoolers.
Reviewers give this game overwhelmingly positive reviews, primarily because they find that it quickly becomes a favorite game of the children for whom they bought it. They also note that it is easy enough for young children to set up and play themselves, though fun enough for adults to enjoy as they play it with the children. The result is an exciting and simple Easter game for kids.
3. Funny Bunny
Among the Easter games for kids on the market is Ravensburger’s Funny Bunny. This game stands out from others because of its creative premise and solid reviews. The game consists of a 3D game board that depicts a grassy mountain with a carrot on top and a trail winding around it. There are also 16 small bunnies in 4 colors, and 24 picture cards. Children pick a card on their turn, and move their bunny as many hops as the card depicts. If they pick a carrot card, they turn the carrot at the top of the mountain to open up a hole in the mountain. If a bunny falls through the hole, it cannot be played in that game again. The first child to get a bunny (or multiple bunnies, depending on how you play) wins the game.
Funny Bunny has many features that make it a smart choice for an Easter game. First, because the cards are pictures, it is easy for even very young children to play the game with minimal help from adults. In addition, the game combines luck and strategy and suspense to create a fascinating experience for children. Finally, the game provides educational value as children count, take turns, cope with disappointment, learn to identify colors, and more.
Funny Bunny receives strong reviews from consumers, who find that it regularly succeeds at entertaining their children, even months after it is purchased. They mention in particular that the ability to open up holes in the path is a fun feature for kids, who cannot wait to see who falls through the holes. In addition, many reviewers note that the game is sturdy and reliable and offers enough features to keep children entertained game after game. The result is a reliable way to jazz up your next Easter party for the kids.
4. Haba Dancing Eggs Game
Dancing Eggs from Haba is a double award winning game for kids and children alike (having won the Keeper Award from Major Fun and the National Parenting Publications NAPPA Honors Award). It is also one of the silliest and most entertaining Easter party games out there. The game consists of 9 rubber eggs, 1 wooden egg, two dice, and an egg carton to store the game pieces. Players roll one die to determine what action to take (i.e. running around the table, saying a certain phrase, grabbing the die). The first person to complete that action gets to take an egg. The person with the egg then rolls the second die to determine where to keep the egg (i.e. behind the knee, under the chin, etc.). Once an egg is dropped during game play, the game ends, and the person with the most eggs wins.
Dancing Eggs succeeds primarily because of the absolute hilarity and silliness that ensues from having people storing eggs in strange places and then trying to complete actions without dropping the eggs. Because the game requires a certain level of dexterity, it is most suitable for children ages 5 and up, with adults having just as much fun as the kids.
Reviewers give Dancing Eggs high praise for its hilarity. Many reviewers recommend it as a party game, and note that they laugh as hard as the kids. In addition, they note that the game is extremely durable and well-built so that it can last for the long term, and is very portable thanks to the included egg carton. The result is a proven and hilarious addition to any Easter party.
5. Wooden Easter Eggs Painting Game
These wooden eggs will allow you and your guests to get your creative juices flowing at your next Easter party. The eggs come in a set of 6. You and your guests can then paint your eggs any way you choose. If you wish to take the fun to the next level, you can also use the eggs to play games. For instance, you can have a contest to see who creates the best egg. You can also simply use them as decorations or enjoy the chance to let your imagination run wild as you decorate the eggs.
These eggs succeed as an addition to an Easter party primarily because they do allow people to be as creative as they wish. There is no right or wrong way to decorate the eggs. Instead, each person gets to paint their egg however they wish.
Reviewers note that these eggs look very real. They also find that the eggs are very smooth, making it easier to paint on their surfaces. They appreciate the chance to use their imaginations and creativity. As a result, these eggs make for a fun activity for any Easter party.
6. Inflatable Easter Bunny Ears Rabbit Hat Ring Toss
This variation on the ring toss game comes with inflatable Easter bunny ears that double as a hat and four rings of different colors. The game is simple for any child to learn. All they need to do is attempt to get the rings onto the bunny ears. The game is designed for children ages 3 and up.
This game is fun because of the bright colors and the silliness that comes from trying to wear the ears as a hat. A clever twist on a classic game, it makes for an ideal addition to any themed Easter party where you want to inexpensively and easily keep the children entertained.
Reviewers generally give this game strong reviews. They note that an air pump is needed to inflate the hat/ears, and some reviewers find that the game is not of the best quality. However, for the price, they note that the game provides the type of fun Easter entertainment for which they were looking. As a result, it is a smart choice for any Easter party where there are small children.
7. Pin the Tail on the Easter Bunny
This twist on the Pin the Tail on the Donkey game provides Easter-themed fun for your next Easter party. The game consists of a poster of the Easter bunny carrying a basket, 12 tails, and a paper blindfold. The goal of the game is to get the tail attached as closely to the bunny as possible while blindfolded. The person who succeeds wins the game.
This game adds an Easter twist to the classic Pin the Tail fun. Targeted for children ages 3 and up, it offers an exciting addition to any Easter party. The game, when used as is, does not last more than one or two parties. However, it can be made more durable by laminating the game, as one reviewer did to their game. When laminated, the game will last for party after party.
Reviewers generally give this game strong reviews because of how fun it is for their children. While they find that the blindfold is not sturdy enough to use regularly, they do find that the game provides the type of fun that they would expect from a Pin the Tail game. As a result, it provides a great way to enjoy a creative twist on a classic game.
8. DisneyLand Disney Park Easter Memory Matching Game
If you are looking for Easter party games ideas, you may want to consider this Disney-themed Easter matching game. It consists of 72 pastel-colored tiles. You arrange these tiles on the floor, face down. Children then take turns picking up two tiles at a time and turning them over. Tiles contain pictures of Disney characters ready for Easter. If the two tiles chosen are a match, the child keeps the tiles. If the chosen tiles are not a match, they are placed face down again. The game is designed for preschoolers who will be challenged to remember where the pictures are the next time they need them.
This game is fun because it teaches children memory skills and because it keeps them guessing and in suspense as they wait to see if they have chosen matching tiles. It adds educational benefit by encouraging children to learn how to match the tiles successfully. The game can also be played with all of the tiles or fewer tiles, if you are playing with younger children who may enjoy the game more if they have fewer tiles from which to choose.
Reviewers give this game positive reviews for being fun to play. They note that it is especially fun for children who love Disney and want to find their favorite Disney characters underneath the tiles. The result is an appealing and fun game for preschoolers that can make a great Easter gift or Easter party game.
9. Angry Birds Spring Has Sprung Easter Board Game
The Angry Birds Spring Has Sprung Easter board game joins the line of Angry Birds sets with its Easter-themed fun. Because of its theme, it makes a great Easter party game, while its participation in the Angry Birds line of products makes it a great addition to any other of these sets you happen to have. Geared toward children ages 5 and up, the set is perfect for any children who already enjoy Angry Birds.
This game is fun because it embodies all of the appeal of Angry Birds with the addition of Easter touches. These include pigs that are dressed up as bunnies, and a game that takes place in the springtime. The set can also be combined with other sets to make the game larger and even more fun to play.
Reviewers generally find this game to be of the same quality and fun as are the other Angry Birds games. They enjoy the pigs dressed up as bunnies, and enjoy the opportunity to add to their collections of Angry Birds games. The result is an appealing way to combine the fun of Angry Birds with the themes of Easter.
10. Easter Bean Bag Toss Game
This variation of the bean bag toss game sports a wooden board and stand decorated with an Easter bunny and eggs. It comes with five pastel-colored bean bags. The game consists of each player attempting to get the bean bags into the holes in the board. The first person to get all of the bean bags in wins the prize.
This game is a fun choice for children and adults alike. Because of its Easter theme, it is an ideal Easter party game, especially if you wish to get both young people and older people playing the same game together.
Reviewers find that this game is easy to play. While they note that the bean bags do not always fit easily into the hole, they do enjoy the challenge and fun of the game. They also note that children in particular enjoy playing the game over and over. The result is an enjoyable game that will provide long lasting entertainment for people of all ages.