Matzo, afikomen bag or bags
At the beginning of the Passover Seder, it's traditional to hide a special piece of matzo or the afikomen for the kids to compete to find at the end of the evening. In most homes, the child who finds the afikomen receives a prize while the other kids wind up feeling upset and left out. This year avoid all the tears by turning it into a team effort. Leave clues all over the house for everyone to work together to find the afikomen. Award a small prize to each child. Or you could hide enough small pieces of matzo around the house so each child is guaranteed to find one. Once a child succeeds in finding one, he or she is eliminated.