Although it’s so fun to watch little kids hunt for Easter eggs, dressed in their Sunday best, it’s also an egg-ceptional idea to provide Easter activities for teens! After all, teenagers aren’t too old for a good Easter egg hunt or an egg-cellent Easter activity that gets them off the couch and leaving their phones behind!
1. Punny Easter Egg Hunt For Teens!
This Easter Egg Hunt for Teens is full of Eggstravagant puns and FUN!
2. Interactive Easter Scavenger Hunt For Teenagers
The Interactive Easter Scavenger Hunt For Teens combines online tasks with Easter Printables to lead your teenagers on an interactive quest to find their Easter Treat! Our teens love technology so use it to make Easter FUN for them and EASY for you!
3. Easter Scavenger Hunt For Teenagers Who Drive
Does your teenager drive? Wouldn’t it be a blast to send them on an Easter Scavenger Hunt? We’re talking about an Easter adventure here. Freedom to hit the road and experience independence!
4. Egging A Friend’s House To Spread Easter Joy
Imagine your friends hearing a knock and opening the door to find a You’ve Been Egged sign and eggs scattered across their yard. They go scurrying about their yard, with a smile on their face, gathering eggs and can’t wait to see what treasures they find inside! That pure joy is the reason you’ve chosen to egg your friend’s house this Easter!
5. Egging A Friend With An Easter Message
The doorbell rang but no one was there. Instead, there was a paper egg stuck to the front door that said You’ve Been Egged. Oh my! Sounds bad at first, right? Can you imagine the yolk drooling down the garage door? Bring back any high school memories?
But nope! These are Not REAL eggs, instead they’re the plastic kind, filled with good stuff and an Easter message!
6. Easter Trivia
The Easter Trivia Game will have your guests, on the edge of their seat, scrambling to get the answer out before anyone else. It will be LOUD, it will be full of energy, and it will be FUN! Even the teenagers will want to get involved!
7. Easter Activity Sheet
The Easter Activity Sheet is kind of like the placemats they have for kids at restaurants … only better … and specific to Easter. Leave them on the counter and see if your teenagers gravitate towards them!
8. Paper Easter Basket
Team up with your teens and create a Paper Easter Basket to give to teachers, friends, and family members. Fill them up and have fun blessing someone with an awesome treat!
Even though your teenagers won’t be invited to community egg hunts, you can make Easter egg-stra fun with a few Easter activities for teens!