There’s no way around it — this year’s Easter is going to be different than any other. We’re all staying home due to world events, which means no family get-togethers, no going out to eat, no in-person church services, and no huge egg hunts with friends. But that doesn’t mean we can’t still have some fun and joy this Easter weekend! There’s a cool website and app out now that will let your kids track the Easter Bunny this weekend and see when he’s nearby.
The Easter Bunny Tracker is a lot like the popular Santa Tracker tool you may have seen being shared on Christmas Eve in recent years. It lets you and your kids track the Easter Bunny’s progress as he delivers Easter eggs and candy to the homes of kids around the world.
“While the Easter Bunny is on the move during Easter, the Easter Bunny Tracker will tell you in real-time, the precise location of the Easter Bunny using a sophisticated system that involves radar, satellites, spotters in the field, and more high-tech technologies,” reads a statement on the website.
GOOD NEWS! The Easter Bunny is still delivering baskets and eggs (an essential service) during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak situation. Read more https://t.co/o3iZ2uJc2W
— Track Easter Bunny (@bunnytracking) April 10, 2020
The Easter Bunny will begin its journey at 4 am Central Time on Saturday, April 11th when he leaves his workshop on Easter Island, according to the tool.
Your kids can watch as the Easter Bunny gets closer and closer to your home to have their baskets filled. The tracker even shows how many carrots the bunny has eaten, so you could leave some carrots out for the Easter Bunny just like leaving cookies out for Santa!
The Easter Bunny will arrive at 10 pm local time on Easter Eve, so make sure your kids are in bed by that time so they can wake up the next morning with whatever Easter goodies you’ve prepared for them.
Looking for more fun things to do on Easter? Check out our guide to at home Easter activities for the whole family.