We were so sad to have to postpone the Spring Family Egg Hunt until the end of the summer, but we can still have some fun while participating in #stayhomekc.

We’ve seen so many fun activities like bear hunts, shamrock hunts, and #aworldofhearts, so we want to continue the fun with a Neighborhood Egg Hunt.

How It Works

  1. Print these FREE Printables (or feel free to create your own) and have your kiddos color
    or paint them.
  2. Display your colorful Easter egg art on front-facing windows, making sure anyone walking by can see.
  3. Spread the word to your neighbors! Share this in your Facebook groups or text threads.
  4. The goal is to have eggs ready to go by Wednesday, April 8 and stay displayed until Easter Sunday, April 12.

Go on an Egg Hunt April 8-12

Take a walk around your neighborhood hunting for eggs – be sure to count how many you find! Take pictures of your favorites, and be sure to share by tagging @kansascitymomcollective so we can share the fun with everyone!

Sarah is mama to 9-year-old, Henry, 6-year-old Clark and 4-year-old Lucy. After growing up in Manhattan, Kansas (Go Cats!), she moved to Minnesota where she met her husband, Shea. Realizing how much she hated snow in May, she convinced him to move to Kansas City in 2010. Together they have lived in Midtown, Waldo, the Plaza before migrating to Johnson County. Sarah has her master’s in urban administration and is currently in the Kansas City Centurions program. In between the crazy, she likes to drink coffee, run, travel (but never to the same place twice), and experience all things Kansas City!