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School Easter Egg Hunt

Aww! I love the school's Easter Egg Hunt! This is the third year we've done it, and this time it wasn't a total wash out. In fact this year it was a lovely bright sunny day. Jack and Tom got their sheets and ZOOOOOM! Off they went! Mark hurried after them to help them track down the eggs, and I went round with George and Freddie.

Me, George and Freddie finished before they did! Hahaha!

Mind you, I have the advantage to knowing that the laminated sheets with the eggs on are generally in the same places each year, and remembering where those places are! It's not as easy as it sounds though. Each egg has a letter attached and you have to pair the letter with the egg on your sheet and then crack the secret code. The message is always the same.... but the code (allegedly) changes. And that gets checked.

Every one who finishes gets a little prize - this year it was little chocolate bunnies and eggs.  The new Headmaster was giving them out and Georgie loved claiming his chocolate. He had inhailed it before his big brothers had finished. In fact we had to go and help them find the last one! Those who complete the hunt in the fastest times get a bigger prize later in the week. We wont get any of those!

Got to love Easter!



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