This darling You’ve Been Egged Printable set is the perfect set to start a domino effect reaction of fun festivities on your neighborhood block. This new yearly Easter tradition is going to be one of the first things you will want to do each spring.
If you have ever had your kiddos experience “You’ve Been Booed” for Halloween, you know how fun and exciting it is to try to figure out who it was that left you the fabulous treats on your porch. The kids are equally excited to make up the goodies for their neighbors and create a sneak attack on their homes without being caught.
You’ve Been Egged orchestrates the same scenario during the Easter time. So fill those eggs and start deciding who you are going to “egg!”
💜 Why You’ll Love This
The Gift of Giving | Experience the gift of giving to your neighbors outside of the fall and winter holidays. Giving always makes our hearts full and this is going to no exception.
Fun | Planning who to egg and what to put in the eggs are so much fun, especially if you know the kids.
📒 What’s Included
You’ve Been Egged Sign | This is the sign that you let the recipient know that they have officially been egged. They can take this sign and use it at decoration in their house or reuse it for the next family.
Directions for How to Egg Someone | One half of one sheet is the directions of filling 12 eggs and how to place the sign in the window to let everyone know you’ve already been egged so you don’t receive it again.
Sign for Door or Window | There is a one half sheet of the printable that says We’ve Been Egged that you tape to your door or window so that everyone can see.
- Decide who you are going to egg.
- Fill plastic eggs with a variety of small sweets and treats. Surprise a family member, friend or neighbor who hasn’t been egged yet.
Remember to make an extra copy of these instructions &
“We’ve been egged” sign for the next participant .
👩 How to Choose Who to Egg
It’s really the fun part of this printable is making the decision on who is going to receive your treat filled eggs.
Kids may want to try to egg their friends first in hopes that they will get egged back.
Consider egging someone that you don’t know or someone that is new to the area so they can start to fill the neighborhood spirit.
Don’t forget that adults like to have fun too. Look at older neighbors on your block. Giving a little Easter surprise would be a delightful surprise.
🍬 What to Fill in the Eggs
This one is all dependent on how large the eggs are that you choose to give. The smaller eggs won’t fit too much so start with the medium sized ones that can hold something for kids to find and feel like they have a treasure.
|Skittles||Hershey Kisses||Jelly Beans|
|Jelly Bellies||Die Cast Cars||Parachute Men|
|Mini Play Doh||Finger Puppets||Rings|
|Stickers||Chocolate Coins||Gummi Bears|
This is the spring time/ Easter version of “you’ve been boo’d” where you gather up treats and leave at a neighbors door without them knowing it was you. They then put a sign on the door that they have been “egg’d” and they will do the same to another neighbor.
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