Afterwards, children will receive a souvenir wooden egg billed as the greenest egg in White House history.
The eggs are signed by the president and first lady. They're made in the U.S. from wood harvested at sustainably managed forests. The colors are created with renewable, vegetable oil-based inks.
And for the first time: these souvenir eggs are available to the public. They're being sold for $7.
For more information on the White House Souvenir Easter Egg, please visit http://www.whitehouse.gov/the_press_office/White-House-Releases-Souvenir-Easter-Egg-Design-and-Availability.You can purchase an egg at https://www.nationalparks.org/about/store/products.