The play with Easter eggs. The participants draw two lines, separated by a few steps, on the ground. Easter eggs are set on one line. Each participant has one or two eggs in his/her hand, which are used for “beating” Eastern eggs placed in a row. Then “beaten” eggs become the player's property. Eastern eggs are “beaten” by rolling on the ground. If any of the eggs wouldn't roll to the set eggs, then it was left in its place and became the next target.