Easter Egg Hunt activity that you can do indoors to work on balance, motor planning, pacing, bilateral coordination and more.
Hide the Easter eggs around the room.
Designate which color eggs each child gets to hunt & place each basket in a corner of the play space.
The child is only allowed to pick up an Easter egg that matches the color they were given, and they must place it on their spoon.
Children will hunt for their eggs, and once they find them, instruct them to use both hands to hold the spoon, as they walk to their designated basket to drop off the egg (to work on bilateral coordination).
If the egg falls on the way over, the child must start over.
This challenges the skills involved in patience, concentration & pacing.
If you want to challenge your children and add more sensory input, place some obstacles in the way (i.e. walking on or over pillows, walking around cones or chairs, etc.).