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Free You’ve Been Egged Sign

Great Easter games for kids are here! Plus You’ve Been Egged printable sign to use so you can start this tradition too. If you’re looking for some fun Easter activities for the season here are a bunch.

easter games for kids

Have you played the fun game in your neighborhood around this time of year called You’ve been egged??!! It’s added to the fun Easter games for kids each year that we started a year or so ago. (originally published 2/15, affiliate links present)

Easter Games for Kids

If you’ve participated in You’ve been BOOed during Halloween it is very similar. A fun way to meet and treat the people in your neighborhood. I’ve created free printables for you to use and an explanation of the game below….you’re gonna’ love it! 😉

You’ve been EGGED is started about 2 weeks before he actual holiday arrives. This Easter tradition we started about 10 years ago and literally becomes a domino effect of niceness starting with a little basket full of goodies like this one.

You just include a note for your neighbor to hang on their front door and egg your neighbor has begun. then they will continue it on from there. Do it each year and not only will it make everyone happy but you’ll likely meet more people on your street too!

easter games for kids

You’ve Been Egged Printable

Included in your basket full of little toys and homemade treats like chocolate surprise eggs is the note you see above, you can print this note right here for your neighbor or friend.

This is a fun way of introducing the You’ve Been EGGED game to your neighbor. You can leave a basket full of goodies on their doorstep at night for them to find. During the day you could ring the doorbell and leave quickly so it’s a surprise. OR leave it for them to find in the am.

If you knock and let them find them immediately these glow in the dark plastic Easter eggs inside Easter baskets are fun to use. Or spread the eggs on their front lawn with the notes and empty basket on their stoop. You may want to leave a note that they’re hidden on their front lawn if you do that.

Youve Been Egged Sign

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Free Printable Easter Games

You print a copy of these instructions

 here. Include them in your basket for them so they know what to do next. You could write your own little note on the back to make it personal or leave it as is. If you do write something make sure it doesn’t give away who you are, that would ruin the fun.

Lastly print a copy of this You’ve Been Egged sign

 so they can hang it on their door. This will tell other neighbors they have already had the pleasure of getting a treat from another neighbor!

It is fun to find little things each neighbor’s children would like. Get creative like the Play doh Easter eggs here. Or add Easter Legos if you know they have a little boy  Easy and so much fun to do.

We've been egged printable

Easter games for kids

But wait there is more….. If you want to include a few free holiday printables you can do that too. A few other fun ideas we love are;

  1. Easter word search is fun for all ages
  2. 12 Easter activities for children are here
  3. This is how to dye eggs with Kool Aid which is fun
  4. Easter desserts with some being NO bake so little hands can help
  5. Then fill this Easter bunny jar with treats

Want to bake something with your kids to include in the basket? Make our easy Easter bread using frozen dough. Same great look but with a chocolate egg in the middle and small enough for little hands.

Easter bread refrigerated dough

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