Easter Games for Adults

Adults love to have fun too! Here are some Easter themed games that you can play with your adult guests during your Easter party, family gathering, small group meeting or church event!

Bible: Matthew 28:1-10; Mark 16:1-11; Luke 24:1-12; John 20:1-18; 1 Corinthians 15:3-8

Ages: 10 and above

Group Size: 4 or more

Supplies: See Below

Easter Games For Adults
Parable Parade Card Game

Supplies needed are in purple bold italics below.

1 Loony Lines Easter Egg Hunt

This is a combination of an Easter egg hunt and a word game. Players race to find 10 Easter eggs, each containing 10 words. They must then use these 100 words to form wacky sentences. Prizes will be awarded for the most sentences formed, the longest sentence and the looniest line.

Loony Line Example

Prepare the Easter eggs (about 10 eggs per player):
Download, print and cut up the Loony Lines Easter Egg Hunt Cards.
We suggest printing these on cards.

Loony Lines Easter Egg Hunt Cards
Each set contains 790 words and is enough for 7-8 players (You will need 10 words per Easter egg).
If you have more players, you can play in teams or print additional copies.

Mix up the cards thoroughly.
Place 10 cards in each plastic Easter egg.

Objective:
Look for 10 Easter eggs.
Using the words found in these eggs, make as many wacky sentences as possible within the given time.

Rules:
Each player can only pick up a maximum of 10 Easter eggs.
Each word card can only be used once.

Award prizes for:
The first player to find 10 Easter eggs
Player who made the most sentences
Player who made the longest sentence
Player who made the looniest line

 

Adult Easter Egg HuntsThe Loony Lines Easter Egg Hunt is really great for youths and adults. Click here to see more Easter Egg Hunt Ideas for Adults.

 

2 Giant Easter Egg Dress Up

Use a variety of supplies to transform a teammate into a human-sized Easter egg.

Supplies and Set-up:
Hula hoop (hang the Hula hoop around the waist to give yourself a nice, round “belly”)
Large white garbage bag (cut a hole for the head and drape the garbage bag over the player’s shoulders to form the “eggshell”)
Balloons and Balloon pumps (inflate the balloons and stuff them underneath the garbage bag)
Crepe papers of various colors, ribbons and streamers, markers (for decorations)
Scissors, string and sticky tape

How to Play:
Divide into teams. Each team can have 3-5 players. (Teams can be larger, but smaller teams allow everyone to be involved.)
Give each team a set of supplies.
Each team chooses one member to be their Easter egg and everyone else must work together to dress up their Easter egg as creatively as they can!

Remember to play some lively music in the background to add to the fun.

 

Easter Indoor Party GamesIf you like this game, be sure to check out our collection of Easter Indoor Party Games.

 

3 Easter Sticker Picker Upper

Holding an inverted pizza tray on the palm of one hand, players gently roll an Easter egg on the tray to pick up three stickers placed sticky side up near the edge of the tray.

Supplies and Set-up:
Place 3 stickers, sticky side up, near the edge of an inverted pizza tray.
Place an Easter egg in the center of the tray.

For Younger Players:
Do not invert the pizza tray or use any plastic tray with a slightly taller rim.
Allow players to hold the tray with both hands.

This game is adapted from the Minute to Win It game: Sticker Picker Upper.

 

Easter Minute To Win It GamesIf you enjoy quick, easy to prepare games like this, be sure to check out our collection of Easter Minute To Win It Games.

 

4 Capture the Egg

“Capture the Flag” is a classic outdoor game that is incredibly fun to play. During Easter, you can play this game using Easter eggs as flags.

Objective:
Capture your opponent’s Easter egg and bring it to your own territory.

Supplies and Set-up:
You will need at least 10 players to play.

Divide players into 2 teams.
If your teams are large or unfamiliar with each other, consider providing different colored bandanas for each team.

You will need a large playing field, preferably with some obstacles to duck and hide.
Divide the field into two equal sections. Each team is assigned one half as their territory.
It would be helpful to mark out the territories with string, tape or cones.
Or simply designate trees as boundary markings.

Each team is given a different colored Easter egg.
Before the game begins, teams hide their own Easter egg in their respective territories.
Hidden eggs can be partially concealed but must not be fully out of sight.
They must be easily grabbed and cannot be tightly wedged or buried or placed beyond the reach of their opponents.

How to Play:
When the game begins, players go into their opponent’s territory to search for and steal their Easter egg.
Some players can remain in their own territory to guard their own Easter egg.

While you are in your opponent’s territory, you can get “captured” when you are tagged by any of your opponents.
You must remain “frozen” in that position until your teammate rescues you by tagging you.

The first team to capture the opponent’s Easter egg and bring back it to their our own territory wins.

 

5 Easter Bingo

Our Easter Bingo game featuring Easter eggs, bunnies, candy and other festive illustrations is perfect to liven up your celebration! Download 24 unique Easter Bingo Cards and 40 Easter Bingo Calling Cards Here.

Easter Bingo Cards Printable

 

6 Easter Egg Golf

Try for a hole-in-one with an Easter egg!

Supplies and Set-up:
Use a golf putting mat or improvise using a drinking glass turned on its side.
1 golf putter
Use the marking on your putting mat or mark an X about 10 feet away from the hole (or glass).

You will need at least 3 Easter eggs.

How to Play:
Place an Easter egg on the X.
Putt 3 Easter eggs, 1 at a time, into the hole.

Award prizes for:
Players who get the 1 or more Easter eggs in the hole.

 

Easter Carnival GamesIf you like this game, check out our collection of Easter Carnival Games.

 

Bible Lesson for Adults/Youths – Easter: Resurrection of Jesus

Get Started
1. What is your favorite childhood memory of Easter.
2. What Easter traditions do you currently observe? What meaning do they hold for you?

Get Into the Word
Read John 20:11-18
3. Why do you think Mary didn’t recognize Jesus at first?
4. What did Jesus say that prompted Mary to recognize him?

Read John 20:19-31
5. What does Jesus say to the disciples?
6. What does he show them to confirm his resurrection?
7. How does the reality of Jesus’ resurrection impact the disciples?

Read 1 Corinthians 15:1-19
8. What are the key elements of the Gospel?
9. Why would “brothers” need to be reminded of the Gospel?
10. Can you be a Christian and not believe in the resurrection of Christ?
11. If Christ did not rise from the dead, what would it mean?
12. What would be some implications of a Christ who died and stayed dead?

Get the Word Into Your Life
13. Have you ever felt that God was speaking to you personally, calling you by name? Tell us about it.
14. How should the reality of Jesus’ resurrection impact your values, thoughts and actions?

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Bible: Matthew 28:1-10; Mark 16:1-11; Luke 24:1-12; John 20:1-18; 1 Corinthians 15:3-8

Ages: 10 and above

Group Size: 4 or more

Supplies: See Below

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