Free Printable Easter Scavenger Hunt Clues for Inside

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Bring the excitement of Easter into your home with our 12 free printable Easter scavenger hunt clues. Specifically designed for indoor play.

These clues are perfect for a fun-filled family activity, making your indoor Easter celebration more adventurous and memorable.

Tailored to suit every home, these clues will guide your loved ones through different rooms and spots in your house. Turning every corner into a part of the exciting Easter hunt.

Hide these 12 rhyming Easter scavenger hunt clues around the house on Easter morning and leave their Easter basket with the last clue. All of these clue cards are for inside the house, just in case, it is raining.

This is one of our favorite Easter activities for kids and no matter how old our son gets we still do them!

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If you have older kids why not treat them to an Easter escape room party at home? This doesn’t have to be with their friends if you don’t want to, just you and the kids will have an amazing time working out the puzzles.

Easter egg hunt clues

Our indoor-specific Easter scavenger hunt clues are a great way to keep the kids engaged and entertained within the comfort of your home.

They are thoughtfully crafted to suit various indoor settings and are suitable for children of all ages.

From riddles that lead to the kitchen to puzzles pointing towards the living room. These clues are designed to make your indoor Easter egg hunt a delightful experience.

  • The Easter Bunny is on his way, the next clue is hiding where you lay. (under the pillow)
  • The Easter chick’s favorite color is blue, the next clue is hiding in your shoe (in their shoes)
  • Friends and family are coming to eat, your next clue is under the seat (under their chair at the dining table)
  • Happy Easter Sunday, your next clue is where you play (near where they play the most)
  • The garden is lovely and green, the next clue is in the washing machine (in the washing machine).
  • Have you made any Easter wishes? The next clue is hiding where you wash the dishes (in the dishwasher or kitchen sink)
  • Did you get an Easter egg? The next clue is hiding on the table leg. (use tape and add it to the inside leg of the table)
  • The Easter bunny is hiding, go and look, the next clue is hiding in your favorite book (use the clue as a bookmark sticking out of their favorite book. Check out the best Easter books for kids too!)
  • Chocolate tastes really good, the next clue is near something made of wood. (examples: coffee table, wood for the fire, the front door)
  • I really love the Easter bunny, he has left the next clue near the honey. (in the pantry)
  • There are lots of Easter chicks this year, the next clue is hiding behind your favorite toy’s ear. (hide the clue near their favorite teddy or toy, if it is a big teddy try and hide the clue under its ear.)
  • Try not to eat too many yummy treats, the next clue is hiding in mommy’s bedsheets. (mommy’s bed)

Check out all of our Easter scavenger hunt ideas!

easter egg hunt clues free printable

How to play the indoor Easter egg hunt

Get ready for an egg-citing indoor Easter egg hunt with our easy-to-follow guide!

First things first: download the printable scavenger hunt. Our pack includes 3 pages featuring 12 unique, rhyming clues.

These clues are not only ideal for younger kids but also ensure a fun experience for all ages. Especially when hidden in less obvious spots.

Remember, these printables are free but intended for personal use only. Simply scroll to the bottom of the page, enter your email, and you’ll receive the PDF file directly.

easter treasure hunt clues free printable

Access the printables and adjust your printer settings for optimal results. While our clues are designed to stand out on cardstock (we recommend this type for a sturdier feel), regular printer paper works great too.

Use a paper cutter for precision, or simply fold them if you’re placing them inside plastic Easter eggs. We’ve kept the clues sizeable for easy reading and handling.

We’ve intentionally not numbered the clues. So feel free to start and end the hunt in a way that best suits your home layout and family preferences.

Don’t forget to download our charming Easter bunny letter free printable, adding an extra touch of magic to your hunt.

You’ll need a pen to note down the order and locations of the clues you’ve hidden. This helps in guiding the hunt smoothly.

Place the clues in various locations around your house. Mix it up – some obvious, some cleverly concealed – to keep the excitement levels high.

The grand finale of your hunt should lead to the Easter basket. Make sure it’s hidden well but accessible after the final clue.

Go outside with our free garden Easter egg hunt clues too!

free printable easter egg hunt clues
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Get ready to boost your Easter festivities with our collection of additional free Easter printables. Whether you’re looking for crafty activities or engaging games, these printables are perfect for families seeking to add extra joy and creativity to their Easter celebrations.

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Tips for downloading the free files

Below you will see a large sign-up box where you need to add your name and email address, and press I NEED THIS NOW!

Within minutes you will be sent the free PDF directly to your email address, so you can print it out and start using it immediately.

Sometimes emails get a little wonky, so if you can’t see it, please check your spam folder where I am sure it is hiding.

Download the free printable Easter scavenger hunt

Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our free printables for kids work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)

Last Updated on 8 March 2024 by homeschoolof1

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