Easter Indoor Party Games

These Easter party games for kids and adults are super easy to prepare and ideal for indoor gatherings. Most of the games here only require Easter eggs, jellybeans, candy and some common household items.

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

Ages: 6 and above

Group Size: 4 or more

Supplies: See Below

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Supplies needed are in purple bold italics below.

1 How Many Jellybeans?

Get everyone to guess how many jellybeans there are in a jar.

Supplies and Set-up:
A jar (or clear jumbo-sized Easter egg) filled with jellybeans.
Small slips of paper.
Pencils or pens.

How to Play:
Fill a jar or clear jumbo Easter egg with jellybeans.
Have all your party guests write down their names and guesses on small slips of papers.
The player with the closest guess wins the jar of jellybeans!


2 Easter Egg Roll

Using an empty pizza box, players must fan 2 Easter eggs across the floor towards a target area. To win, both Easter eggs must come to a complete stop within the target area and they must be touching each other.

Supplies and Set-up:
1 Pizza Box.
2 Easter Eggs.
Mark out an 18” by 18” target area on the ground.

For Younger Players:
Use just 1 Easter egg.

This game is adapted from the Minute to Win It game: Egg Roll.


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.


3 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.


4 Secret Code Easter Egg Hunt

Each player has a Secret Coded Message, which they must decipher with the help of 26 Decoder Cards hidden in Easter eggs (1 letter of the alphabet per egg).

Secret Code Easter Egg Hunt Single MessageSecret Code Easter Egg Hunt Decoder Cards


Prepare the Easter eggs:
Download, print and cut up the 26 egg-shaped Decoder Cards.

Secret Code Easter Egg Hunt Decoder Cards
Each card decodes one letter of the alphabet.
Place one Decoder Card in each plastic Easter egg.
If your playing area is small, 1 set of these 26 eggs is enough.
But if your playing area is large, we suggest preparing 2 or more sets of these eggs.


Prepare the Secret Messages:
Download and print the Secret Code Easter Egg Hunt Messages.

Secret Code Easter Egg Hunt Messages
Each set contains 12 unique Secret Messages, which together, tell the Biblical story of Easter Sunday found in Matthew 28:1-10. If you have more than 12 players, print additional copies.
Players must decode their Secret Message with the help of the Decoder Cards hidden in the Easter eggs.


Decoded Messages:
You may want to download and print the Decoded Messages.

Secret Code Easter Egg Hunt Decoded Messages


Additional supplies:
Pen/pencil for each player.
Small gifts for players.

Be the first player to decode your Secret Message.

When you find an Easter egg, open it to look at the Decoder Card inside the egg and check against your own Secret Message. Then put the Decoder Card back inside the egg and put the egg back where you found it.
Players must not keep any Decoder Cards or Easter eggs.

Award prizes for:
First player to decode their Secret Message.

Variation for Cooperative Play:
Instead of giving each player one unique Secret Message, place all 12 Secret Messages all on a table.
Players work as a team to hunt for Easter eggs and place all the Decoder Cards on the same table.
Decode the secret messages within the given time.


Fun and Creative Easter Egg Hunt IdeasIf you like this game, check out our collection of 10 Fun and Creative Easter Egg Hunt Ideas.


5 Jellybean Blind Taste Test

In this game, players guess the flavors of jellybeans.

Supplies and Set-up:
Blindfolds (1 for each team or volunteer).
Jellybeans of a variety of flavors (make sure you know the flavors of each color).

How to Play:
Divide players into 2 or more teams of roughly equal number.
For each round, each team sends one representative to play:
– Put on a blindfold
– Eat a jellybean (the same flavor for all teams)
– Guess its flavor
Award 10 points for each correct guess.
The team with the most points wins.

Individual play: Each volunteer puts on a blindfold (or closes their eyes), eats a jellybean and guesses its flavor (give the same flavor to all players). The players who guess correctly move on to the next round; the rest are eliminated. Carry on playing until you have only 1 player remaining.



6 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


7 Easter Bunny Challenge

Whoever carries the most Easter eggs across the room wins!

Supplies and Set-up:
Lots of Easter eggs.

How to Play:
Players take turns to carry as many Easter eggs as possible across the room.
If you drop any of the eggs along the way, you are out!

After each turn, move all the Easter eggs back to the starting point for the next player.
The player who successfully carries the most Easter eggs without dropping any along the way wins.


8 Blind Bunny

Players try to draw Easter bunnies on a card placed on top of their heads.

Supplies and Set-up:
Small cards (or paper plates) and markers.

How to Play:
Everyone sits in a circle and holds a piece of card on top of their heads.
With a marker in the other hand, draw an Easter bunny’s head on the card.

You can give these prompts for the drawing:
– Draw a big bunny head.
– Draw 2 long bunny ears.
– Draw 2 bunny eyes.
– Draw a small upside-down triangle for the bunny’s nose.
– Draw the bunny’s open mouth with its 2 front teeth showing.
– Add bunny whiskers.

Have everyone write their names on the back of the card, and vote for the best Easter bunny!


9 Easter Egg Memory Game

Play a memory game with 12 pairs of opaque Easter eggs containing matching objects.

Supplies and Set-up:
12 pairs of Easter eggs (or any number of pairs that you like).
Fill each pair of Easter eggs with identical items.
You can use small toys, candy, jellybeans or any other object that fits.

How to Play:
Mix up all the Easter eggs and place them on a table.

Players take turns to open any two Easter eggs.
If the eggs contain identical objects, you may keep these two eggs and open another two eggs.
Otherwise put the objects back inside the eggs and the turn passes to the next player.

Continue playing until there are no more eggs on the table.
The player who has the most Easter eggs wins.


10 Pass the Easter Basket

This is a variation of Pass the Parcel. Instead of a parcel, pass a basket of Easter eggs.

Supplies and Set-up:
A basket of Easter eggs filled with small toys or candy.

Music player.

Optional: Download, print and cut up the egg-shaped Silly Easter Egg Hunt Cards and include these cards in some (or all) of the Easter Eggs.

Silly Easter Egg Hunt Cards


(You can also use the Animals Easter Egg Hunt Cards or the Instagrammable Easter Egg Hunt Cards.)

Animals Easter Egg Hunt Cards          Instagrammable Easter Egg Hunt Cards

How to Play:
Players sit in a circle.
When the music starts, pass a basket of Easter eggs around.
When the music stops, the person holding the basket takes any one Easter egg from the basket.

If you have included the Silly Easter Egg Hunt Cards, have the player open the Easter egg and perform the silly action specified. (Be sensitive that some players may be extremely shy; encourage everyone to join in and allow other players to jump in to the rescue.)

Start the music again…


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

1. Did you enjoy these Easter indoor party games?
2. Which is your favorite game? Tell us why you liked it.
3. Which game is most difficult? Tell us more.
4. Most of these games are played using Easter eggs. What do eggs have to do with Easter?

Although Easter eggs are not mentioned in the Bible, they are used by Christians around the world to symbolize the empty tomb of Jesus. Every year on Easter Sunday, we remember and celebrate the resurrection of Jesus.

Matthew 28:1-10

5. Why did the women go to the tomb?
6. What did they expect to see in the tomb?
7. What did they see instead?
8. What happened to Jesus after he died on the cross?

Yes, Jesus was crucified and died on the cross.
But Jesus did not remain dead for long. Jesus became alive again after 3 days!

1 Corinthians 15:3-8

9. Were the women (in Matthew 28:1-10) the only ones who saw Jesus after his resurrection?

The women went to the tomb to anoint the body of Jesus with the spices they had prepared. But the body of Jesus was not in the tomb. The angel explained to them that Jesus had risen from the dead. Jesus is alive!
Jesus is the Son of God. He came to earth to die on the cross to take the punishment for our sins. And on the third day, Jesus became alive again.
Because Jesus died on the cross, our sins can be forgiven. We can be with God and have a relationship with him. We can become his children and will one day be with him in heaven.

Related Bible Passages about the Resurrection of Jesus
Mark 16:1-11; Luke 24:1-12; John 20:1-18


Bible Lesson for Youths/Adults – 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?


Share the Gospel this Easter

Easter is a great time to share the message of salvation. As you celebrate the resurrection of Jesus, consider giving out unique Easter tracts such as The Lost Easter Egg Pop-up Tract during your Easter lesson, event or party. These Easter tracts feature clever pop-ups which tell the story of 3 children in search of a lost Easter egg. The 3 friends really, really want to find the lost Easter egg, just as God really, really wants to be with each one of us.

Easter TractEaster Tract Inside

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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: 6 and above

Group Size: 4 or more

Supplies: See Below

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