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Here's a resource on talking eggs that can be purchased at Walmart, Target, Rite Aid and Amazon: http://www.wonderbaby.org/articles/talking-easter-eggs
And another about some fun mods for traditional eggs: http://www.wonderbaby.org/resources/sound-eggs-sensory-
Easter crafts: activityhttp://www.wonderbaby.org/articles/best-tactile-easter-crafts-internet
Plus, one other thing to keep in mind especially for our cane users: make a tactile map of the layout for the hunt! It is so important that you give your little one a heads up of the hunt prior to getting down to the egg collecting. Review large landmarks (like a bench, water fountain, tree, etc.). Here's a tactile map from the Wheatley tactile diagramming kit (so you can get an idea of an easy tactile map):
I know you might not have one of these laying around but you can also whip one up using some hot glue and pipe cleaners with a few squares to indicate landmarks. I also recommend that you get one for your family. This way you can make a map on the fly for family reunions, church events, birthday parties, etc. Make sure you consult with your mobility instructor to review the "how to's" of making one and reviewing your child's individual needs.
Other mobility tips you can do: have your kiddo walk the perimeter and make sure they know the starting point as well as have a system for how they will collect their eggs. It's also a good time to review systematic search patterns!! Egg hunts are great for our kiddos because they work in mobility skills with some fun. Feel free to do them throughout the year!