In this fun math puzzle and logic game, make sure each row, column, and "region" or block of squares contains each Egg exactly one time.
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A: An egghead.
A: It might crack up!
A: A funny bunny!
A: No bunny knows.
A: Hot cross bunnies.
A: He hires Santa's elves during the off season.
A: Because they don't want to be nearsighted!
A: Hip Hop.
A: He cracked up!
A: A honey bunny!
A: Have you ever seen a rabbit wearing glasses?!
A: A sock hop.
A: A runny bunny.
A: He gets hopping mad.
A: Make a noise like a carrot.
A: Go on a bunnymoon!
A: The ones with hoppy endings!
A: By HAREplanes.
A: The oyster bunny.
A: A chocolate one!
A: He cracked up.
A: He was having a bad hare day!
A: Two points, just like anyone else.
A: In the dictionary.
A: Basket-ball, of course!
A: Egg yolks!
A: 14 carrot gold!
A: They lived hoppily ever after!
A: A hare-brain!
A: From an egg plant!
A: Bugs Bunny!
A: Because it's too hard to wallpaper them!
A: Jelly beans!
A: With a hare brush!
A: With a hare dryer!
A: With hare spray!
A: Have you heard any good yolks today?
A: It's been nice gnawing you!
A: Because he was a little chicken!
A: Eggs mark the spot!
A: Hare mail!
A: Because they have four rabbits feet!
A: Because the chicken had his eggs!
A: The bunny hop!
A: With an R!
A: Easter Bunny!
A: Ana-other Easter Bunny!
A: Some bunny has been eating my Easter candy!
Put the traditional photo hunt aside as you claim your treasure of Easter eggs! Locate all of the Easter eggs hidden in the images within the given time limit.
Freely paint and design your own unique Easter egg.
Match all of the pictures to win.
There are 5 eggs hidden in the picture.
You are Hopper, a trainee Easter Bunny. Collect enough eggs in time and you get a bite of the chocolate bunny and entry to the next level.
Each word on the list is hidden in the pool of letters. Words may be hidden horizontally, vertically, diagonally, forward, or backward.