This free printable Easter Egg Exchange dice game is a fun way to keep the festivities going after the Easter egg hunt! Roll the dice and swap eggs in this clever Easter game that’s fun for all ages!
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If you’re looking for a fun Easter game that’s sure to delight EVERYONE, young and old, look no further! Our Easter Egg Exchange dice game is a ton of fun for all ages!
This egg swap game is the perfect way to keep the fun festivities going after you’ve had your Easter egg hunt. We’ve included two different versions of the Easter Egg Exchange, so that the good times can keep rolling (pun intended!) for even longer!
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Easter Egg Exchange Dice Game
It doesn’t take much to get this Easter Egg Exchange ready to go – simply print and play!
Easter Dice Game Supplies:
- Printer (we used a Brother color laser printer)
- Paper (we recommend heavy cardstock)
- Easter Eggs (see game variations below)
NOTE: You can opt to use one single die and pass it around the circle, or you can give each player their own to help speed the game play along!
How to Play the Easter Egg Exchange Game
You can choose to use any type of Easter eggs to play this game, but it is typically played with plastic eggs that have been filled with candy, treats, or small toys. For higher stakes and/or adult players, you could also choose to include eggs that have been filled with money, boozy chocolates, or other adult prizes.
Print one copy (or two copies if you have a large group) of the game card, and cut it in half. Each half has a different set of swap instructions, so choose just one of them to play at a time.
There are several different ways in which you can play this Easter egg exchange game:
Game 1: Blind Swap
Have everyone bring an egg or two to the game (just make sure that everyone has the same number of eggs). You can choose to use any type of eggs, but this game is typically played with plastic eggs that have been filled with candy, treats, or small toys. For higher stakes and/or older players,
Do NOT open the eggs! Keep the contents a secret until the end.
Have Player 1 roll the die and then swap [one of] their Easter egg[s] with another player as directed on the game card. Pass the dice to the left, and repeat for each new player. Continue until all of the players have rolled the dice, and then continue playing for as many rounds as desired. Once you have finished the game, have everyone open the egg(s) that they ended up with to reveal their prizes.
Don’t forget that there are two versions of this swap game, so you can play a couple of rounds from one game card and then switch to the other!
Game 2: Visible Swap
This game is played in the same way as Game 1, however, the players open and reveal the contents of each egg before the game begins. Then, keep them closed for the rest of the game! The challenge lies in trying to remember and keep track of which eggs held the prizes that you were most hoping to win!
Game 3: Golden Egg and/or Golden Ticket
For this version, include one Golden Egg (visible) or a Golden Ticket (hidden inside one of the eggs) in the swap that symbolizes a larger prize.
Whichever player ends up with the Golden Egg/Ticket at the end of the game can exchange it for a larger prize such as a stuffed Easter Bunny, a pre-filled Easter basket, a gift card, or a box of chocolates.
Whichever way you decide to play it, this Easter Egg Exchange dice game is sure to become one of your favorite Easter traditions!
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Valmaye Simons says
awesome stuff. thanx a mill
My church is having an egg hunt this Saturday. I was looking for games and ideas for the youth. this would be perfect for some of my older kids that will not be participating in the egg hunt.
I hope they all have a great time with this, Cindy! Happy Easter!