Top 15 Educational Easter Games

Top Games Mar 6, 2024

As you probably already know, Baamboozle is home to a user-crafted collection of over 2 million excellent educational games.

And although they’re all brilliant, we know you’re a busy bunny—we don’t expect you to trawl through them all in your hunt for some topical Easter adventures.

So to save you the hassle, we’ve done all that stressful stuff for you—in this egg-shaped article, we’ve blasted through our cracking back catalog to bring you some of our favorite Easter games. We’ve brought you tongue twisters, strange scribbles, scavenger hunts, kooky quizzes, and a whole load of Easter excitement.

The best way to enjoy these games is by diving into our Easter-Themed Snakes and Ladders game, where students will embark on a lively contest, filled with a friendly—yet spirited—Easter rivalry.


They'll also have the chance to select their own characters, ranging from a playful pig, cunning fox, cheerful duck, to the ever-lovable friendly frog, making their game journey uniquely their own. Engage in this vibrant competition and embody the Easter spirit in the most entertaining way possible.

Chow down on that chocolate, brush up on your Bible stories, and get ready for some exciting new beginnings. Today, your good buddies at Baamboozle are bringing you our top 10 Easter-inspired games!

1. Bunny Says…?

By KlaudiaGO89

In this action-packed adventure, the classic game of Simon Says undergoes a topical twist, as Simon is replaced by a demanding bunny.

Can you march? Hop? Wiggle your nose? Roll like an egg? And more importantly, can you ensure you’re only doing so when dictated by our poofy-tailed protagonist?

Helps with: Warming up the body, having some quick fun, and placating an exacting bunny

Best for: Kindergarten to Grade 2

Baam-Link: Play now!

2. Draw an Easter Bunny

By DanielFerraz

In this artistic activity, your students are tasked with scribbling and scrawling some inspired images of the Easter bunny.

But this isn’t just any ol’ basic drawing game: instead, your learners need to come up with the silliest-possible version of everyone’s favorite Easter animal. How many teeth will the bunny have? How long will they be? Why does it have four eyes? And why is its head so small?

Helps with: Drawing and doodling, getting all imaginative, and some always-welcome silliness

Best for: Kindergarten to Grade 2

Baam-Link: Play now!

3. Easter Grammar

By m&m

Are there few yellow Easter eggs here? How many sugar do you need to make these cupcakes? Do you always eat too many food at Easter? And, last of all, have you noticed something wrong in each of those sentences?*

*We really hope so.

In this grammatical challenge, your little learners are tasked with choosing the correct quantifiers for a variety of Easter-themed sentences.

Helps with: Grammar, English classes, and learning about sentence structure

Best for: Grades 2 to 4

Baam-Link: Play now!

4. Easter Facts and Traditions

By monicatehrani

A spring-themed serving of multiple-choice mayhem, this quirky quiz gets your students answering questions on Easter places, events and traditions.

You’ll cover food, flowers, omelettes, diamonds, pots of water, and plenty more.

Helps with: Learning some facts, having a quick quiz, and lots of kooky questions

Best for: Grades 7 to 10

Baam-Link: Play now!

5. Easter Riddles

By Jola

During this brief brain-boggler, students are given mysterious descriptions of objects associated with Easter. But can your learners successfully work out what is being described?

What gets boiled on Easter? What are brown, oval and sweet? And what was plonked on Jesus’ head when he was cruelly crucified?

Helps with: Lateral logic, thinking outside of the box, and demonstrating some Easter knowledge

Best for: Grades 6 to 10

Baam-Link: Play now!

6. Easter Jokes

By Lisa

In this rib-tickling laughter-fest, can your students correctly guess the punchlines to some witty jokes and japes?

What kind of bunny can’t hop? What do you call a rabbit with fleas? And has learning ever been this fun?

Helps with: Lateral thinking, sharing some laughter, and having some laid-back fun

Best for: Grades 4 to 7

Baam-Link: Play now!

7. Easter Eggs-travaganza

By Miya

This puntastic game is all about wicked wordplay. With fill-in-the-blanks and tricky anagrams, your students need to use their English skills to come up with some topical solutions.

Each tricky conundrum is accompanied by an Easter-themed gif—and each question is great for developing English abilities.

Helps with: Wordplay, English skills, and analytical thinking

Best for: Grades 4 to 7

Baam-Link: Play now!

8. Easter Scavenger Hunt

By Jack

During this adrenaline-fuelled adventure, your students need to think fast—and act even quicker.

Firstly, they need to name the Easter-themed item in the image… then when they’ve arrived at the correct answer, they need to find an object beginning with the exact same letter.

This is a great activity for some spontaneous in-class fun. But it’s even better if you’re teaching online—during on-screen lessons, your learners can frantically search their homes in pursuit of some interesting items.

Helps with: Quick thinking, language skills, and a fun burst of action

Best for: Grades 3 to 6

Baam-Link: Play now!

9. Name 3 for Easter

By Barley Teacher

For this quick game, your students need to conjure up three speedy examples for each Easter-related theme.

Can you name 3 Easter symbols? 3 Easter desserts? 3 animals that lay eggs? Or 3 better ways to have fun than Baamboozle?

*Yep, that last one was a trick question—of course you can’t!

Helps with: Language, spelling, quick thinking, and some speedy interaction

Best for: Grades 3 to 6

Baam-Link: Play now!

10. Easter Tongue Twisters

By TeacherPaddy

In this tongue-twisting challenge, only the most skillful linguists come away with top points.

How quickly can your students successfully stumble over these tricky spring-based phrases? Rhymes, alliteration and Easter sentences have never been so fun!

Helps with: Articulation, speaking confidently, and laughing at everyone’s mistakes

Best for: Grades 5 to 7

Baam-Link: Play now!

11. This Easter I Will/I Won't

By willpetley

Ever wondered if your students could predict the future, especially with a basketful of Easter chocolates at stake? 

Dive into a hilarious forecast of do's and don'ts with Easter-themed GIFs that might just reveal more about their self-control around chocolate than you’d like to know. It’s a laugh-filled way to practice future tense without needing a crystal ball—or a rabbit’s foot.

Helps with: Future tense, decision-making, and GIF-induced chuckles

Best for: Grades 5 to 8

Baam-Link: Play now!

12. Easter Basket Hunt

By babybilly2.0

Send your students on a hide-and-seek adventure that's got more twists than a bunny's burrow! They'll be guessing where the Easter Bunny has stashed their basket.

It's deductive reasoning meets Easter excitement, with none of the muddy footprints—only digital ones. 

Helps with: Brain breaks and Easter bunny antics

Best for: Grades 1 to 4

Baam-Link: Play now!

13. I Spy Easter

By jhopkins

Turn your classroom into an Easter egg battlefield where the only thing hidden better than the eggs are the answers to this game. It’s "I Spy," with a twist—because nothing says "Easter" like squinting at images trying to find a camouflaged bunny that’s got better hiding skills than your socks.

Helps with: Observation skills and vocabulary expansion

Best for: Grades 1 to 3

Baam-Link: Play now!

14. Idioms: Easter & Spring

By Lcamp2909

Unravel idioms with your students in a way that'll have them hopping between laughter and lightbulb moments. It's a chance to explore sayings that sound like they were coined by a bunny philosopher energized by carrot juice.

Perfect for cracking the shell of language arts with humor and wit!

Helps with: Idiom decoding, critical thinking, and lots of laughter

Best for: Grades 6 to 10

Baam-Link: Play now!

15. Jelly Bean Flavors

By teachererin

Challenge your students to a taste-testing journey of imagination with this culinary explosion where they practice responding with 'Yes, I would.' or 'No, I would not.' to the prospect of trying different jelly bean flavors. 

The options range from ‘delightfully classic’ to ‘who thought this was a good idea?’ It's a sweet dive into creativity and language, offering a zero-risk way to explore tastes without the actual sugar highs or regret of trying 'grass' flavored jelly beans.

Helps with: Practicing conversation, creative taste-testing, and imaginative confectionery criticism

Best for: Grades 2 to 5

Baam-Link: Play now!

Best Games for Easter: Final Thoughts

And just like that, we’ve reached the end of our time together, and the end of our Easter-inspired compilation of in-class adventures.

Pick your favorite, prepare for fun, and get cracking with some action!

If you’re looking for more themed collections of excellent educational games, wander over to our activity-packed blog posts for April Fool’s Day, Christmas, Halloween, and St. Patrick’s Day.

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