While we may not be able to attend our favorite local egg hunt, we can still have some fun around our neighborhood. With a little help from your neighbors, you can still participate in an egg hunt while practicing social distancing. This egg hunt works best if lots of neighbors get in on the fun. So, spread the word to your friends and neighbors and get ready to go on an epic egg hunt!
This is just another way for our communities to come together for one another. It allows our kids to get involved, show the love, and have fun while playing it safe. We can’t even begin to understand how hard it is for our kids to be away from their friends, so imagine their faces as they walk by their friends’ homes and see the eggs in the window.
Every couple of days we will be adding new coloring sheets for you.
How It Works
Download and print the Easter egg coloring page.
Decorate your favorite egg any way you want! Simply make it part of your homeschooling adventures.
Display your egg(s) in your windows by Wednesday, April 8th.
Egg Hunt April 9th – 12th
Go on an egg hunt with your family (or by yourself ) to see how many eggs you can find! *Don’t forget* to take a picture of the beautiful eggs you find and share to the Detroit Mom FB thread and tag @detroitmoms on social media! Let’s see how many neighborhoods get represented!
Use #detroitmom #detmom #detroitmomegghunt and follow us on Instagram for a chance to be featured!