Also I didn't want to buy a lot of supplies so I used what I had on hand - an abundance of those plastic Easter eggs, two baskets and paper and crayons is all you will need for the following 5 games suitable for toddlers or older children.
Colour Match Eggs
This is a simple one - you will need about 20 plastic eggs and two baskets. Separate them all in one basket and have the child try to see how many they can put together in a minute.
Or you could also use a timer and see how long it takes them to match all of them.
Put all the plastic eggs in one basket and put the empty basket about four feet apart. And mark a line on the floor with painters or coloured tape - you can make the line farther away for older children to make it a little fairer.
And see how many eggs they can get in the empty basket in a minute. If they run out of eggs they can run around and collect all the eggs they missed.
For this game you will need about 20 plastic eggs. See how high you can stack the plastic egg halves in one minute (or until you run out of eggs) but it's harder than it looks.
You will need crayons (or pencils and pens) and blank paper. And see how good of a bunny you can draw in one minute. Above is the bunny my 3 year old drew. Mine not pictured.
And you might also like these Minute to Win It Games I created using recycled materials and things I found around the house for Earth Day...
Did you have any fun, quick Easter games for kids? Would love to hear them.