After a fun and exciting Easter Egg Hunt, what do you do now with all those Plastic Easter Eggs? Don’t just store or keep them for next year’s hunting season. Here are some ideas on how you can make them useful throughout the year.
1. Cute Creatures
Get crafty and creative by making cute bugs, animals or alien-like creatures with Easter Eggs. All you need are simple materials like colorful construction papers, pens, buttons, and pipe cleaners.
2. Egg Maracas
Tried this one myself, and it’s so easy and fun to make. If you have a toddler around, he will definitely love this instant percussion instrument. To make them, prepare some plastic spoons, popcorn kernels or beads, masking tape, colorful markers, and of course, your Easter Eggs. Go HERE for the complete tutorial by Dana Made It.
3. Educational Games
Whether your kid is in a tub or an inflatable pool, these Easter Eggs are perfect water buddies to keep them entertained for hours. Along with a bucket and shovel, they can also be great beach toys to play with this Summer.
Use the half part of the Easter Eggs and fill them up with bird seeds. Just place them outside at the garden area for our little chirping friends 🙂
7. Play Kitchen
My daughter and I play pretend cooking and baking with these Easter Eggs. You can also make Felt Egg Yolks to put inside them. Go HERE for the tutorial by Freckles Chick.
Hope you Enjoy all these Ideas! 🙂