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10. Easter Board Games

Let the kids get creative this Easter as they make their own Easter board game. The kids will enjoy making the board game and when it is finished they can enjoy playing it with their family or friends.
The board can be decorated with markers, crayons, glitter and stickers.

To make a track style board game, the children draw a track that zigzags across the board and then decorate it with Easter things. The track can be divided into spaces and each space can be numbered. Some spaces might have a reward written on them and some might have a hazard on them. The reward might be something like, ‘You helped the Easter bunny. Go forward 3 spaces’. The hazard might say, ‘You dropped an Easter egg. Miss a turn.’

Another style of board game that the kids can make is a Snakes and Ladders game. This game is usually created on a 10 x 10 grid with the boxes numbered from 1 – 100. To give it an Easter twist use Easter themed pictures instead of the snakes and ladders. Carrots and bunnies or bunnies and eggs could be used instead. Choose one for the players to go up and one for the players to go down.

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