Easter Egg Hunts for Teenagers is a paid collaboration in conjunction with Cadbury. My boys are in the tween and teen years now and I really want to keep things fun and try and keep the magic of childhood alive for as long as possible so when Cadbury sent us a massive selection of Easter Eggs I decided to look into Easter Egg hunts for teenagers.
The boys have always loved Easter egg hunts and when they were younger we used to use little signs pointing to where the next egg could be found and they were all about the number of eggs, they wanted to find lots of eggs, but now they are older it is all about the chocolate and the more of it the better!
My boys love Easter and they love Easter eggs, in fact, when their nana asked if they would prefer cash this year they responded: “no thank you, we would prefer easter eggs”! Oh, and it has to be Cadbury for them too.
There are lots of great blog posts and ideas for Easter Egg hunts with younger children and we used to have a lot of fun running about the garden finding or the farm when they were younger.
This is also a great way to use those plastic eggs that you never know what to do with! I popped a clue in them along with a bunny, Mini Dairy Milk Oreo or cream egg. You could also pop a bag of Mini Eggs near the plastic egg. Cadbury also does a brilliant Egg Hunt Pack (RRP £6.99, but I have seen them on offer at our local Tesco for £5). This convenient product makes putting on an Easter Egg Hunt easier than ever before! Inside you’ll discover a range of Cadbury chocolate treats such as Cadbury Dairy Milk hollow eggs and Cadbury Dairy Milk bunnies to hide along your hunt as well as Cadbury Mini Eggs that could be given as a prize.
To make sure that the clues and hunt was fun and perfect for tweens and teens I set the boys an early Easter Egg hunt.
All of the clues direct them to a place in the house and are either riddle or rhyme based.
Mini had a lot of fun running around the house and was delighted with the big egg he received at the end of the hunt.
Even MadDad got involved and got his Egg too. He even had a conversation with Alvin about chocolate not being for dogs!
Download your Free Easter Egg Hunts for Teenagers Printable
If you have younger children then Cadbury have you covered as they have collaborated with singer-songwriter and mum of two Frankie Bridge to bring you The Tale of The Great Easter Bunny which is a downloadable readaptation of The Tale of the Great Bunny created by Cadbury 20 years ago where The Easter Bunny encourages families to take part in their own Easter Egg Hunt.
The story, available to download free from the Cadbury website from Tuesday 13th March, follows siblings Jack and Molly as they discover a series of mysterious clues and embark on an enchanting Easter Egg Hunt alongside their parents, Tom and Sarah.
The Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts National Trust are also back for 2018 and there are over 300 hunts to choose from across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, guaranteeing a fun-filled Easter for everyone. To discover the nearest hunt to you, visit cadbury.co.uk/Easter.
If you use our printable or have an Easter egg hunt with it then I would love to see so please tag me on social media (you can find me on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter) or Use the hashtag #MadHouseEaster.
Check out these posts for some more Easter egg hunt ideas:
Someone’s Mum – The Great Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt
The Mad House – Easter Egg Hunts for Teenagers
Emma and 3 – Easter Egg Hunt Ideas to Create at Home
Nine to Three Thirty – Our Easter Egg Hunt
Mothers Always Right – How to do the perfect Easter Egg Hunt
Cuddle Fairy – Our Easter Egg Hunt
Disclosure: This is a paid collaboration with Tots100 and Cadbury.