Don't worry...this kind of egging is the good kind. You've Been Egged is a fun service activity for Easter!
Easter is just around the corner. While you probably have your favorite Easter traditions like dyeing eggs, doing an Easter egg hunt, and celebrating Holy Week, You've Been Egged is a fun way to spread some cheer.
Don't worry. It's the good kind of egging people.
A Great Activity For:
- Activity days Easter ideas
- Girls scouts and boy scout groups
- Family service projects
What does "You've Been Egged" mean?
Of course, no one wants to get egged. That's totally rude and disgusting and coming from experience, it's terribly hard to clean up after. But around Easter, we're talking about the nice kind of egging people.
"You've Been Egged" means that someone has left you a fun Easter surprise. Usually, that means someone has left plastic eggs filled with candy for you to find on your porch or yard.
How does "You've Been Egged" work?
The gist of this Easter activity is that you will leave some plastic eggs filled with goodies on someone's porch or yard.
The trick is not get caught. This fun of this Easter service project is to keep your giving anonymous.
How to egg someone this Easter
- Fill up some plastic eggs with candies, coins, or small toys.
- Print off 2 copies of the Easter printables.
- Scatter or hide the eggs on the grass or porch.
- Ring the door bell or just leave them there for the recipient to find the surprise.
Since it's Easter, leave one egg empty to represent the empty tomb on that first Easter morning.
Other You've Been Egged ideas:
- Leave a dozen eggs for them to dye or use in the kitchen
- Leave a package of Easter egg sidewalk chalk
You've Been Egged Printable
We've made egging people easy for you by creating these cute Easter printables. It includes the "You've Been Egged" sign as well as the We've Been Egged sign.
Who will you egg this Easter?