a Easter Scavenger Hunt
A scavenger hunt is probably one of
the most popular party games and I have done them many times with my
kids. A few pointers to help you to get started:
- Identify Your
Divide the kids into teams and have them select a “Easter Theme”
name for their team. Suggestions: Bunny Hoppers, The
Chicks, Colored Eggs, The Baskets, The Candy Men
- Select The
Area For The Hunt To Take Place
You will want to select boundaries and keep the area limited.
Use caution tape to create the boundaries. Hide the items
within the boundaries. Make sure the lighting is
adequate. You can use indoors or outdoors.
Bags Are Required
Decorated bags should be given to each
child. This will help them
to navigate and keep organized.
Prizes Make It Fun
Select prizes for each team. Even if it is just a certificate
Starter List of Scavenger Hunt Ideas
- Can you hop like me?
- Family, Friends -- a special
Paper with the word Love
- I am stuffed with something
and feel really cuddly
Stuffed "Easter" toy
- Sweet and sugary, loved by
all, makes Easter fun.
- How you knew to come here
- If you hunt for me you will surely find
- Mr. Rabbit's favorite food?
- List of people living in house?
- I live in a basket at Easter and you mow
me in the summer
Find something soft.
I am sweet, squishy and kids
love to eat me.
Marshmallow bunny or Egg
I hold lots of goodies at Easter.
I hear music do you?
Number of jelly beans in the jar?
jar in advance)
How many different types of rabbits are