Every year on the Monday after Easter, children ages three to six are invited to roll decorated hard-boiled eggs across the White House lawn.
Tens of thousands of kids compete in egg races while the president looks on.
Other egg games include Toss and Catch, Egg Ball, and Egg Croquet.
At the end of the event, participants receive a wooden commemorative egg that was made especially for the occasion.
If you’d like to learn more about the White House Egg Roll tradition, or want to get a ticket to it for your child, check out http://www.whitehouse.gov
To buy a White House commemorative Easter egg which costs about $3 apiece, you can order from the website.