Please won’t someone help out the Easter Bunny? It seems to have lost a tail.
DIY Method: Get a big poster board, draw and color in a picture of a bunny without a tail. Make lots of little bunny tails and put tape on the back. Place the bunny poster on the wall at the appropriate height for the kids playing the game. Make sure that the area is clear of anything that the little guests might trip over. One at a time, blindfold the players, give them a paper bunny tail with tape on the back, and spin them around three times leaving them pointed in the direction of the bunny poster . Their task is to stick the bunny tail as close as possible to where it should be on the poster. The person who is closest wins.
With very young kids there is no need to spin them around before their turn, just being blindfolded is challenge enough. If adults want to play spin them around as much as you like.
It you are not the artsy type you can sometimes buy a version of the game at your local party supply store or there is a printable version of Pin the Tail on the Bunny for sale online.