The title of this post makes this game sound worse than it is. Actually, it's quite fun. I printed the materials for this game from Kidssoup. However, once you see how it's set up, you will realize that you could easily replicate it using egg stickers to make the gameboards and game pieces. As always, I printed the materials on white cardstock and laminated them for durability.
Below you can see how the materials are set up on the shelf. Just a little Easter basket with the eggs and gameboards.
Two children may play this game. They will get a rug to place below their work on the floor. To play, they each take a gameboard and then take turns opening one egg at a time. If the egg contains a paper egg that matches one on their board, they place it on their gameboard and place the empty shell off to the side of the rug. If they open the "rotten" (black) egg, they must put it back and also put one egg from their board back into the basket. If they open an egg that doesn't match any on their board, they also return it to the basket. Play continues until one player has matched all their eggs.