Written by Andrea Osorio
July 12, 2012
Think of the special for that month. Divide it into different amounts, written on small pieces of paper. Then put them in plastic Easter eggs & hide them all over your mini model or model. Tell the prospect about the game and what they find only during the tour will be the special for their move in. This way you can time your tours, and not have to give the whole special amount. Great for the prospect and for the budget! Everybody wins!
Written by Apartment Life
April 24, 2012
This is done in March or April around Easter, and plays on a theme of Easter Eggs. Set up 2 long tables in the clubhouse. Decorate with pastel table coverings and spring colored napkins. Napkins and plates can be placed in a large Easter Basket from the Dollar Store. On the first table, set out the paper goods and plastic ware, and your main dishes (two extra large egg casseroles). On the second table, set out your side dishes (fresh fruit, yogurt with granola, and a large dispenser of juice or punch). Have smaller Easter Baskets placed around the clubhouse willed with candy for the kids. Hide Easter Eggs in a safe common area outside so the kids can have a short egg hunt following the brunch. Make sure you know if your company will allow you to say "Easter"...
Written by Brent Williams
April 05, 2012
This is an activity you could do with the kids of the community, and is really easy to do! You first need to ask your residents to bring an old silk tie in, if they have one. Make sure to go to a thrift store beforehand to find some cheap ones for those that don’t have a silk tie to use. Cut the silk into pieces that can wrap all the way around an egg, so that the pattern is facing the egg, and wrap string around the egg. (Note, I’ve seen some places that recommend wrapping the egg in white cotton fabric, like an old pillow case around the string, but I’m not sure if that is necessary.) Next, boil the eggs in water and ¼ cup white vinegar for 20 minutes. Let them cool and enjoy your...
Written by Felicia Norman
March 22, 2011
Hey, why do the kids always get all the fun of finding Easter eggs?!?!? Let's switch it up on them this year and let the kids hide the eggs for the grown-ups!! I would have really enjoyed this as a kid since I was slightly jealous that only adults got to hide the eggs. Here's how I would set this up: 1. Assign each kid who is "hiding" a number. 2. Give them a predetermined amount of plastic eggs to hide. Their number (or name if you skip step 1) will be contained inside the egg. 3. Have the adults find the eggs and turn them back in for recording and counting. 4. GIVE OUT PRIZES!! Assign a prize for First Egg Found, Middle Egg Found, and the Grand Prize for Last Egg Found! (or any other criteria you...