Hide the eggs. When deciding where to hide your eggs (indoors or outdoors) you’ll need to consider the ages of the children attending. For younger children, leave eggs in open places, on bushes, next to tree trunks or on the grass. For older children, put eggs in harder to find places; underneath rocks and in flower beds and places that aren’t so visible.  Color coding eggs can also help the older children know which color eggs are destined for the younger crowd to find.

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