Usher in springtime with this fun Printable Easter Neighborhood Game that the kids will love. It’s called “You’ve Been Egged” and it’s really easy, fun and tiny bit secretive to play. You’ll be leaving eggs in your neighbor’s yards, filled with treats, and a printable to let them know to pay it forward. Then, your whole neighborhood will be filled with eggs and excitement for the upcoming Easter holiday!
Easter games are a fun way to kids to celebrate the popular springtime holiday. As the weather warms up, it’s even easier for the kids to be outside for fun. This You’ve Been Egged Printable allows the kids to pick out any neighbor that they want to share Easter treats with.
Just get some colorful plastic Easter eggs to use and fill them with your favorite treats. Consider using candy vs. chocolate if you live somewhere warm. Secretively, place them in your neighbors yard and leave the “You’ve Been Egged” printable.
They’ll pay it forward to another neighbor and your whole neighborhood can participate. It’s very similar to very popular You’ve Been Booed game that neighbors like to play during Halloween time, except it’s Easter themed!
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Print Your “You’ve Been Egged” Easter Neighborhood Game
To print your game, I recommend using color ink and a slightly higher quality paper than normal printer paper. Using a heavier card stock paper will keep it sturdy as you place it on their door or porch.
Just download the PDF printable from the link below, print your “You’ve Been Egged” signage and get your eggs ready to go. You’ll use 12 eggs to hide and the kids will find them. The printable has the instructions on it so that the neighbors can pay it forward.
Step-By-Step Instructions To Play “You’ve Been Egged”
- Print out this Easter neighborhood Game
- Fill 12 Plastic Easter Eggs with treats
- Leave them in a neighbor’s yard with “You’ve Been Egged” printable on porch or door (where they can see it)
- They will follow the instructions to “pay it forward” and keep the game going
Let the kids get involved by filling the Easter eggs and deciding which house you’re going to “egg”! I love the surprise element of the “You’ve Been Egged” game and we always keep it a secret, so nobody can guess who egged them!