After our traditional egg hunt, my husband and I decided to take a walk on the dark side. A GLOW IN THE DARK EGG HUNT! We have always wanted to do a GID egg hunt but our kids have been to little. It was really simple. For starters it has to be night time. For MUCH older children (middle school aged and older), maybe you could even venture outside. All you need is preferably large plastic eggs in lighter colors, such as white and yellow. Some darker colors may work fine as well. I used the glow stick bracelets from the Dollar Tree. Find them on the toy isle. You get 5 in one pack. These are the non-reusable ones. You break them to release the chemicals If you can find the ones you sit in daylight to charge, you can use those another year. Also you could try other small objects that glow in the dark and see if those will work for you. I ended up use a mix of large and small eggs. I had to use tape for the small ones though. But nevertheless, our GID egg hunt was a success!