Based on a custom from northwest Switzerland, here's a relay run that will keep the Easter egg fun rolling, even if the bunny has already come and gone. All you need is a bunch of empty plastic Easter eggs and space to establish a course for the race. Depending on the age group, you might have a simple straight raceway or a more complicated obstacle course.
When you're ready to start, separate the players into two or more teams and divide the eggs equally between them. (Tip: You can use fewer eggs for younger players or increase the challenge by using more eggs for older racers.) Have the teams line up with the first kid in each group holding her team's eggs in her arms.
At go, the egg holders must navigate the course, then return to start and pass their eggs to the next player in line. If a runner drops any eggs along the way, she must stop and pick them up (a tough task with an already-full armload!). The first team whose runners have all completed the course wins.