Are you tired of spending hours hiding Easter eggs only to have the kids find them in a few minutes? Have you run out of creative ways to deceive your children and frustrate their fun on Easter morning?

Your troubles are now over! Just in time for your family Easter celebration comes the most exciting Easter innovation since colored plastic grass.

Camouflage Easter eggs.

Camouflage Easter eggs

This generation of children have been coddled and self-esteemed to the point that they expect egg hunting to be easy. Well, no more! Parents who are ready to really challenge their children will use camouflage eggs and keep their kids hunting for eggs in the wild for hours. Finding a well hidden, camouflaged egg will give your children a sense of accomplishment as well as sharpen their vision and prepare them for hunting nature’s bounty later in life. To sharpen children’s other senses, parents may want to consider filling these plastic wonders with herring or raw fish (to sharpen the olfactory system) or even BBs or micro-grenades (to sharpen the auditory system and reflexes). Coating the filled egg in honey will not only engage a child’s taste buds (for those kids who still can’t keep anything out of their mouths) but will also draw all kinds of insects and offer children a chance to observe flies, ticks, and mites up close.

Camouflage Easter baskets

Parents looking for ways to challenge their more gifted youngsters have another option as well. Camouflage Easter baskets!

The days of the cute Easter Bunny enhancing the high holy days of Christendom are now over. Camouflage Easter eggs and baskets make it possible for parents to use the holiday as an opportunity to expand their children’s intellectual acuity and competency in hunting. You’ll never hear the words “Easter egg hunt” in the same way again!

Watch this website for more exciting news in mid-summer when we roll out a line of camouflage fireworks sure to thrill your whole family . . . if you can find them.

*Camouflage Easter egg photo taken from The Easter basket photo was taken by the author at a local dollar store. Seriously.

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