Ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to gather around with your loved ones and celebrate Easter in the most exciting way possible! It’s time for Easter Feud! Family and friends will battle it out to see who knows their Easter traditions the best. Get ready for some egg-citing fun as we explore the most popular Easter activities, foods, and symbols.
So put your bunny ears on, grab some chocolate eggs, and get ready to play the game that brings families together. It’s time for Family Feud: Easter Edition!
Printable Easter Family Feud-Style Game
Whether you’re planning an Easter party for your church, class, family, or coworkers, our new Printable Easter Feud game is sure to be a huge hit!
Our family-friendly questions ensure that any and all of your guess will have a great time guessing these hilarious survey questions!
This game includes everything you need for hours of Easter Feud fun! You’ll get 30 unique question cards with survey answers, optional answer covers for game-show-style reveals, the bonus round scorecard, and full instructions.
How to Play Easter Family Feud
Family Feud has been one of America’s favorite game shows for decades! Its ridiculous survey questions and unpredictable guesses can make even the most serious person crack a smile!
If you haven’t seen the show, or just need a quick reminder of how Family Feud is played before hosting your own game, you’re in the right place!
Let’s quickly go over what you’ll need, setup and gameplay, and last, but not least, how to tally up the points and win the game!
What You’ll Need
There are a few things you need before you can play.
- Easter Feud Game: Our Easter Feud Game includes questions, answer covers, and bonus round scorecard.
- Face Off Table/Podium: While podiums are great, a simple table with a buzzer on each end will do just fine.
- Bells/Buzzers: You’ll need one for each team. Alternatively, a buzzer app also works great!
- Timer: To count down the players response time.
If you really want to embrace the Easter spirit, consider dressing up as the Easter Bunny to host the game, decorating the podiums with Easter streamers or decorations, and making Easter baskets for the winners.
Before the game can begin, we have to make sure everyone knows their role! The first role we need to fill is the game emcee. This person will be the one reading the questions and directing players to give their answers. They are not a player in the game, but rather the host of the game.
Next, determine who the teams are. Divide the your group into two teams of 3-5 players. More teams may be formed if you have a large group and plan to do several rounds. They can act as the audience while the other teams are playing.
The game begins with the first face-off. The emcee calls the first player from each team to their buzzer. When everyone is ready, the emcee reads the first question. The first player to buzz in has the first chance to offer up an answer.
If your answer is on the board, your team has is offered to “play” or “pass”. Buzz in first to answer, but get it wrong, your opponent has a chance to answer and could win the face-off.
Choosing to “play” means that your team will be asked for more answers to the question. One by one, the emcee will give players five seconds to guess one of the answers on the board. Answers that match the survey answers are revealed on the board. Answers that don’t match the survey answers receive an “X”.
After three “X’s”, the other team has a chance to steal the points. The emcee will ask the other team for an answer. If they correctly guess one of the remaining survey answers, their team steals the points!
Family Feud is all about the questions! 100 people are surveyed and the top answers are on the board.
The number of answers on the board varies, with a maximum of eight answers. Each answer is given a point value based on the number of people who gave that response during the survey.
Each time a team wins a round, they are awarded the points on the board. The first team to earn 300 points wins.
The Bonus Round
This is an optional round for the winning team to win a special prize, which can be anything from gift cards to Easter Baskets!
Two players of the winning team are selected to play in the bonus round. They will play one
at a time, while the other player is relocated so they can’t hear the questions or their teammate’s
The time is set to 20 seconds. The emcee will quickly ask Player 1 the five questions. At the end of
20 seconds, the number of points their answers received is calculated. Then it’s the Player 2’s turn.
They are given 25 seconds. The emcee will ask the same five questions. Player 2 may not give the
same answer as Player 1.
At the end of 25 seconds, the number of points their answers received is calculated. If both
players scored a combined total of 200 or more points, they win a special bonus prize.
Easter Family Feud Game Questions
Now that you know how to play, here are some Easter Family Feud inspired questions and survey answers.
Name one of the colors of Peeps marshmallow candy.
Name a flower you might see in an Easter bouquet.
Besides carrots, name an ingredient that goes into carrot cake.
Give me a word that often follows the word “Easter”.
Name a way to cook eggs for breakfast.
Name something a child might do when meeting the Easter Bunny.
|Give Hug||16||Pet Fur/Ears||3|
Name a country known for its chocolate.
You forgot an Easter Basket for the Egg Hunt. What else could you use?
Name an animal that lays eggs.
Give me a word that rhymes with “Hop”.
Get Ready for the Easter Fun!
In conclusion, Easter games, like Easter Feud and Easter Scattergories, are a fantastic way to bring people together and create lasting memories. From classic egg hunts to creative craft competitions, there are endless options for fun and engaging Easter activities.
By incorporating this game into your celebration, you can add an extra layer of excitement and entertainment for all ages. So, gather your loved ones and get ready to play, laugh, and enjoy the holiday season to the fullest. Happy Easter!