Supplies: Stash of Easter Eggs separated into halves
Church is at its best when it's giving people an opportunity to make and develop relationships. Adults have words like 'community' and 'fellowship' that describe this process, but kids would simply describe it as 'making friends.'
Egg to Meet Ya looks and feels like a kids church game. But it's actually a way for kids to move around, have fun, and, most importantly, get to know the other kids and leaders in kids church.
It starts with a receptacle filled with Easter egg halves of all colors. Kids are invited to grab one of these Easter egg halves either before service or at the beginning of this activity.
Check out this Very Helpful Visual© for some visual reinforcement:
Then they are given one minute to find someone that has a corresponding Easter egg half and ask for that person's name and a fun fact.
Here are some potential questions they can ask:
What is your favorite candy?
How many siblings do you have?
What is the last puppy you saw?
What is your middle name?
Depending on the amount of kids in your kids church, you can repeat this process several times.
This article is a part of our 50 Easter Ideas for Kids Church series. See the other ideas in this series to ensure that your Easter kids church services are amazing!