Easter is yet another holiday to celebrate with family and gives us the opportunity to gather and enjoy one another. It also allows us to eat some good food! Aside from eating and celebrating, my family has been incorporating Easter printable games whenever we gather together. It has been a fun way to pass the time and has now become part of our traditions.
To give you some great ideas on what you can play, I have come up with 40 Easter printable games and activities. Many of these are our favorites to play every year. Others are new to us that we will be introducing to our Easter party this year.
In any event, pick out a combination of games that you think your party will enjoy and you are sure to have a great time! There are many to choose from and while some of these are purchases from our Etsy shop, others are completely FREE Easter printable games! If you do purchase a game or two from our Etsy shop, thank you so much for your support in providing a small payment for the time it took to create these games. I hope you have as much fun playing them as we do!
So without further ado, here are the 40 printable Easter games and activities. Any of these will add fun to your day and provide interesting things to do together as a family.
1. Easter Printable Coloring Sheet (free printable!)
Printable coloring sheets are a great way to kick things off! Have younger kids (or adults even!) busy coloring this cute Easter-themed sheet while you get the other games set up. Or provide the coloring sheets during a break while getting things ready in the kitchen or setting up the table for dinner. Simply provide markers or crayons and the activity is ready to go!
2. I Spy Easter Hunt (free printable!)
This I Spy Easter Hunt is another great activity to keep younger children busy. Grandparents especially enjoy watching the little kids find and count out the images. Or they could even help them with the activity!
3. Tic Tac Toe Easter Edition (free game!)
Cut out the Tic Tac Toe board and each of the playing pieces. Laminating this makes the board and pieces sturdy and is great if you plan to use this year after year.
To play, the two players pick out what playing pieces they want – chicks or eggs. Then the first player lays down their playing piece on the grid. The second player then lays down one of their pieces. Keep taking turns like this. The first player to get 3 in a row either horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, wins the game!
4. Spot The Difference (free printable!)
Print out a spot the difference sheet for each person that wants to do the activity. There are 10 differences between the two pictures. Can you find them all?
So how much is that Easter dinner anyhow? Print out a sheet from this Price Is Right Easter Dinner game and have your guests write down the cost of the items. The person that gets closest to the actual retail price without going over wins a point. Most points overall win the game!
The game What’s On Your Phone? is a fun activity to do with kids that have their own phones. It is especially popular with teens but just as fun for adults too! Print out a sheet for each player. Then everyone reads through each item on the list and give themselves the corresponding points for the items they find on their phone. The person with the most points wins the game!
Print out an Easter True or False sheet for each guest and set the timer for 5 minutes. Guests will go through the statements, circling which they think are true and which they think are false. Whoever gets the most correct is the winner.
8. Multiple Choice Easter Trivia Quizzes #1, #2, and #3
In this activity, there are 10 to 11 multiple-choice questions related to Easter. There are 3 different quizzes available in our Etsy shop. The first two are questions pertaining in general to Easter, the third quiz is focused more on the Bible Easter story. All three quizzes are filled with interesting trivia tidbits and fun to play at an Easter party. Answer key is included with every quiz. You can purchase them here:
9. Easter Bingo (16 boards or 32 boards) with FREE Bingo Markers
To play first designate a caller for the bingo cards. Next, cut out the bingo calling cards and put them into a bowl or bag. This is where the bingo caller will draw from. Then, give a printed bingo sheet to every player. As the words are picked and called out, players mark off the square if they have it. The first to get 5 in a row wins!
It’s easy to get into some interesting conversations when you play Would You Rather! Print out this printable and cut each question into slips. Fold each slip of paper and put them into a large jar or container. Pass the jar around the table while each guest picks out one slip of paper and reads their Would You Rather Question. Then discuss! There are no right or wrong answers, so encourage everyone to play!
This listing includes 46 Would You Rather? questions and a full page of blank slips to include your own Would You Rather? questions!
11. Chain Reaction
In Chain Reaction, players have to figure out what one word links the other two words or phrases. Set a timer for 4 minutes and see who can guess the most before time is up!
In the Riddle Match Easter quiz, set a timer for 5 minutes. Then give each guest a sheet having them go through the riddles. They are trying to match the riddles on the left with the answers on the right. These are mostly corny jokes but kids will especially get a kick out of them!
In this game, set a timer for 4 minutes. Then pass out a Fill In The Blanks sheet to every player. On your go, everyone will race to fill in the blanks for these Easter-themed words. The player to guess the most correct after time is up is the winner!
Set a timer for 4 minutes and then have your guests go through unscrambling these Easter-themed words. Whoever gets the most correct after time is up, is the winner!
In the game A Century of Toys, guests will have a list of toys broken out by a few decades at a time on the left side of the page. On the right side, players need to place exactly which decade the toy became available to the public for sale. They don’t need to know the exact year, just the decade it appeared.
It’s a more challenging quiz and definitely something that is great for an older crowd. Or you can play the game in teams, breaking up players so that various generations are on each team. The younger kids will be helpful in knowing the toys of the 2000s but grandpa or grandma will be better at knowing which toys came in the 60s or 70s.
16. Finish My Phrase
First, in the Finish My Phrase game, select one person to be the “answer key”. Give them a Finish My Phrase sheet and have them fill out the words with whatever comes to mind first. Next, hand out the same sheet to all other players. Set a timer for 5 minutes. On your go, have all players fill out what they think the answer key person wrote down. When time is up, have the answer key person state what their answers were while other players circle their sheets if they have an exact match. The person that ends up with the most circled is the winner!
17. Candy Roll
In Candy Roll, give each player 4 candies to start and then put a pile of candy in the center. Determine who goes first (the youngest player is always good) and have them roll a die, then follow the directions on the Candy Roll sheet. Play then continues clockwise around until someone runs out of candy. Once a person is out of candy, they are removed from the game. Keep playing until only one player has candy left – they are declared the sugar champ!
18. Word Search
In this game, guests will race to find 27 Easter-related words in this search puzzle. The person to find all the words first wins! This is also a good activity for a classroom. Answer key is included.
19. A to Z Easter Challenge (free game!)
Set a timer for 5 minutes. Then have all players write down something Easter-related next to each letter of the alphabet. The person with the most complete after time is up is the winner!
20. Scavenger Hunt
Go on a walk or drive around the neighborhood and see how many of these things you can find! The person with the most checked-off wins. Step up the game and require players to take pictures of the items they find!
How many of these candy bar trivia questions can your guests name? See who can get the most right within a designated amount of time. We have two different candy bar quizzes available in our Etsy shop. You can purchase Easter candy bar quiz #1 here and Easter candy bar quiz #2 here.
22. Draw A Bunny
In this game, all players start with a blank sheet of paper. Next, take turns rolling a die and doing what the instructions tell you to do. The first player to complete a drawing of a bunny (face, 2 ears, 2 arms, 2 feet, body, and tail) is the winner! This is a great game epecially for younger kids!
23. Make A Word (free game!)
In this Make A Word game, have your guests race to make up words with 3 letters or more from the following phrases – Happy Easter (game #1) and Easter Bunny (game #2). There are literally hundreds of viable words in both of these games, so no answer key is provided. You can use the internet to find out what words make up each. Head over to Wordmaker.info here to see what words make up Happy Easter and here to see what words make up Easter Bunny.
In this game have your guests race to unscramble the 8 Easter-themed words. Then using the circled letters in the puzzle, unscramble those to form a new word. The first person that completes the whole puzzle will get to know what is inside the Easter eggs!
Have guests take a drink as you go through the list of items in each round! Fun drinking game for your adult Easter party!
In this Easter printable game, give each guest a printout. They will then go through and give themselves however many points for the items that fit them at the moment. The person that ends up being most like the Easter bunny (with the highest points!) is the winner!
In this game, set a timer for 5 minutes. Then have players read through the clues on the left and find what person they describe from the Easter Bible Story on the right. Whoever gets the most correct after time is up is the winner!
28. A to Z Bible Challenge (free game!)
Set a timer for 5 minutes. Then have all players write down something Bible-related next to each letter of the alphabet. The person with the most complete after time is up is the winner!
29. Name That Cake
In Name That Cake, pass out a sheet to each player and set a timer for 4 minutes. On your go, have all players try to guess as many cakes as they can with the clues given. The person who guesses the most correct after time is up is the winner!
30. Name That Rabbit
In Name That Rabbit, pass out a sheet to each player and set a timer for 4 minutes. On your go, have all players try to guess as many rabbits as they can with the clues given. The person who guesses the most correct after time is up is the winner!
31. Easter Maze for Kids (free printable!)
Kids will have fun helping all four pencils find the way to the picture in the middle of the Easter Maze sheet. When they are finished, they can color the eggs! The answer is included on the page so be sure to cut it off before handing out the sheets.
32. Color By Number for Kids (free printable!)
Young kids will have fun coloring this chick with an Easter basket, coloring the page by number. This is a perfect activity to teach the numbers one through six and reinforce select colors too.
33. Plastic Egg Swap
In this Easter egg swap game, each player starts with 6 filled plastic eggs (be sure to make them filled with fun treats!!). Players take turns rolling a die and following the directions on the PDF in this listing. Once someone has opened all of their eggs, they are the winner!
In this game, you’ll be competing with your friends and family to see who can come up with the top three survey answers! The order doesn’t matter so you will still score points as long as you guess one or more of the top three.
You will get 2 different games to play with your purchase. Answer keys are included for each game.
This is a fun Easter printable game to play! Have your guests write down answers to different categories, beginning with certain letters. They are trying to come up with something they think no one else will write down. For each unique answer players will score 1 point.
After all of the categories have been read through for the letter, the player with the most points wins the round! There are SIX (6) different games provided in the game listing here, each with 4 different letters and one blank space for a total of 30 rounds.
Please note that there are many acceptable answers to each of the categories so there is no answer key provided. It is up to the group to determine if an answer is legitimate or not.
In this game, guests are looking to see who they can write down on their Find Someone Who sheets that fit the description. You can only use one person per line though, so be sure you put Aunt Bertha in the right spot! The person who has the most filled in after 10 minutes is the winner!
37. Easter Charades
Get ready to act out your best Easter clues in this Charades game! First, cut out the slips of paper, fold them in half, and then put them into a bag. Players will draw one slip out at a time and act out the phrase using silent clues, trying to get their team to guess the clue. For each correct guess, a team will score 1 point. The first team to get to 10 points is the winner!
Grab a pencil and pad of paper and get ready to doodle! First, print out this Pictionary PDF file. Then cut out each of the squares, fold them in half, and add them to a large bag or container. Next, divide into two teams and decide which team will go first. The first team picks out a person to do the drawing with the rest of the team guessing. Next, they pick out a slip of paper, read it without showing anyone else, and start the timer! The player has 90 seconds to draw the word or phrase and get their team to guess it. If they can’t, the other team can steal for the point. Play alternates back and forth until one team reaches 10 points, making them the Pictionary champion!
39. Dot To Dot Easter Picture (free printable!)
In this dot to dot Easter printable, have kids draw a line from dot number 1 to dot number 2, then on to number 3, to 4, and so on. Continue joining the dots until the whole picture has been connected. Finally, kids can color in the picture once they are done. This is also great for a classroom activity to teach kids about counting. Answer key is included so be sure to cut it off before distributing.
40. How Many Eggs Can You Find? (free printable!)
Another great counting and coloring activity! Kids can first count out how many eggs they find in this picture. The answer is included at the bottom of the sheet so be sure to clip that off before handing out the sheet. Then kids can use markers or crayons to color in the photo.
BONUS – 5 More Printable Easter Games!
In this Easter party game, players will go through the list and name the item they prefer, either the first choice or the second. Go around the table having all guests give their choice. Makes for a great discussion!
In this Easter party game, players will take the letter of the first name and the month they were born, then look at the list to find their Easter Bunny name. A funny game that leads to giggles for sure!
In this Easter printable game, check your rabbit knowledge with this true or false bunny tales quiz! This is quiz #1 and there is a second quiz different from this one available in our shop.
Includes bunny tales quiz and answer key.
In this Easter party game, check your rabbit knowledge with this true or false bunny tales quiz! This is quiz #2 and there is quiz #1 that is different from this one available in our shop as well.
Includes bunny tales quiz and answer key.
Hide Easter eggs around the house with clues in them to send the kids around looking for a final big prize! It is a lot of fun to go through and read the clues, then hunt for the eggs!
Includes 2 pages of scavenger hunt clues, 1 blank page to make up your own clues, and directions of how to play and where to hide the eggs.
Check out ideas for an alternative Easter Egg Hunt here!