As they find each egg they have to bring them back to me & I keep count until 9 have been found.
Then we count them all together & discover 1 is missing, they run off to search a little more before we decide to look around where I have been sitting - and guess what it is stuck to my bottom!
I think this is their favourite part. The last egg leads us to a map that tells them where the eggs are hidden - on top of Teletubbie Hill.
They all run to it to find a basket full of chocolate eggs, (or if the bunny has forgotten the basket, he puts them in some wellie boots!) they all get 3 eggs each to eat before we then roll our painted boiled eggs down the hill.
I think it may be the simpliest yet most effective egg hunt ever.
My favourite post from last weeks link up was Rainy Day Mum's on the frog hunt in her pond in the back garden.
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