Find the Dinosaur Egg
Things you’ll need:
Plastic, colored eggs
Treats to fill the eggs, candy, stickers, small toys, etc.
Goody bags, one for each child
Step 1. Make your hunting ground! Using furniture and sheets, make caverns and hidey holes. You can decorate with plastic rocks, potted plants, and anything else that seems dinosaur-y to you.
Step 2. Fill the eggs with the treats you bought. Three or four per child should be plenty.
Step 3. Hide the eggs in your hunting ground.
When the guests arrive:
Step 1. Give each child a goody bag, and direct them to the hunting ground.
Step 2. It may be a good idea to let the children know they should only find the three or four you allocated to each guest, that way everyone gets to find some treats!
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