One of the things that most makes me think about Easter is the egg hunt. So I came up with these 2 chocolate kiss Easter egg games to play at your party. They are both games of chance where you have to randomly try to pick out the right candy that has a hidden picture underneath the chocolate kiss.
The setup is the same for both games so I will start there. First, print out this free printable of candy labels. You can print them out on sticker paper, which is more convenient as you can then cut out the circles and just peel and stick to the bottom of the chocolate kiss. Or if you don’t have sticker paper on hand, print them out on regular paper. Then cut out each circle and attach a glue dot to the back. Stick the labels on the bottoms of each chocolate kiss.
Oh by the way, can I just say how much I love this new tie-dye design for Hershey kisses? They are so cool!
Now that you have your chocolate kisses all labeled, you are ready to play one of the two games below!
1. A Tisket A Tasket Don’t Pick The Basket
First, you want to put all of the chocolates so the labels are face down and no one can see what picture is on them. Mix up the chocolates and then arrange them in a 6 across 4 down grid as shown below.
Decide who is going to play first. The first player will pick one of the chocolates and reveal what is underneath. If it is a flower or an egg, they can continue playing. If it is the Easter basket, the game is over. There is only one basket so the chance of picking that first is low. The player will continue picking kisses and revealing what is underneath until they find the Easter basket. Once they do, the game is over for them and they are to count up how many eggs they found. This is their score. It is possible to get a total of 12 if using our free printable labels here.
Then all chocolate kisses should be put upright again and mixed up. Line the candy up in a 6 x 4 grid again and it is now the next player’s turn. Keep playing until everyone has had a chance to score. The person that found the most eggs wins the game!
2. Everyone Gets A Prize
In this game, everyone will get a prize as the name states. It is especially great for younger kids or classroom parties. Line the candies up in a 6 across and 4 down grid. Then decide on the order everyone will pick, like drawing names from a hat. The first player will take one chocolate from the grid and reveal what image is on it. If it is a flower, they get to eat the chocolate kiss. If it is an egg, they win a plastic egg filled with treats (maybe more chocolate kisses, jellybeans, a small toy, or stickers). If it is the one and only basket, they win the grand prize! It could be an Easter basket filled with art supplies, a popcorn bucket with a movie, microwave popcorn, candy, or even just a stuffed animal.
With this free candy label printable you can play both of these chocolate kiss Easter games at your next party or gathering. The games are perfect for kids of all ages and super easy to set up. Just print out the labels, put them on the bottom of Hershey’s chocolate kiss candies and play!
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