Glow In The Dark Egg Hunt Adventure

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Are you looking for a great way to spice up your Easter weekend?  Try a glow in the dark egg hunt!  

Here’s how to do it…

Headlamps or Flashlights (this will be at night, so you don’t want the kids to trip over things)
Plastic Eggs
Glowstick bracelets




Coil each glow stick up and place it in an egg.  You might want to have some tape handy, as the bracelets sometimes pop the eggs back open.

Wait until dark, hide them, and turn your kids loose.  They’ll love that they got to find eggs.  You’ll love that you just made the traditional egg hunt 100 times cooler than your neighbors!




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