This free printable roll an Easter egg game can be played in the classroom, at home on a rainy day or any other time you need to keep the kids entertained.
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Both kids and adults will have a ton of fun playing this game! The best part is that after you are done playing you get a sweet reward at the end!
Supplies needed to play the Roll an Easter egg Game
- Free printable game board (download link is located at the bottom of this post)
- Scissors or a paper cutter
- Candy free option: Markers, crayons or colored pencils. You will need red, blue, orange, brown, yellow and green.
How to play the Roll an Easter egg game:
First, give each player a printable game board and a dice. If you are using this activity as a party game or in a classroom you might want to purchase dice in bulk.
Roll the dice and see what number it lands on. Use the key on the game board to determine which color M&M you should place in the easter egg.
Keep rolling the dice until all of the spaces are filled up with the correct colors.
If you are looking for a candy free alternative you can swap out the M&Ms for red, orange, yellow, green, blue and brown markers, crayons or colored pencils.
Instead of filling in the circles with M&Ms, you can color them in!
Looking for a little competition?
If you are playing the roll an Easter egg game with a larger group of people or older children, you might like to add in a little competitive edge.
Give each person a small bowl of M&Ms and a game board. Have each player begin rolling their dice and try to fill in the circles as fast as they can. Whichever player fills in their Easter eggs first gets to eat everyone’s candy!
Free Printable Roll an Easter Egg Game
This game was created to fit onto a standard 8.5×11 inch piece of paper or cardstock. I would highly recommend printing out the games onto cardstock for the best quality.
Two games will print per page. Once the games are printed you can use scissors or a paper cutter to separate them. This is the paper cutter that I currently have on my desk and I would highly recommend it!
Feel free to download and print as many copies of the roll an Easter egg game as you would like. However, please do not edit or redistribute the files in any way. This game was designed for personal or classroom use only.
If you are going to be using this game as a classroom activity, you might wish to laminate the page to make sure it lasts as long as possible. This is the lamination machine that I have and it’s really great!
Download the roll an easter egg game.