While our Easter was white, that’s not unusual. The extreme cold and wind was a little rougher!
Every year, I’ve made a scavenger hunt for the kids. I started with photographs of the chicken coop, garage, or other recognizable places, and they’d run place to place, never knowing where I’d hidden their sacks of presents and candy.
Since Reagan is the only one who can’t read… she had a special hunt of her own… following flowers and colors.
Given the first small yellow flower, she looked for the rest of the photo, then had the clue for the next. Tess said the only problem was I over estimated her height, and hung them at the top of her head, and she didn’t look up!
The older kids, since they all could read, received written instructions.
Each family came separately this year. While that was sad… it made my job easier, having to come up with two hunts, not four!
The chicken coop holds two clues. Even through the storm, they had fun.Find me here!