Print out all of your instructions on plain paper and include a cover page with a picture of Hogwarts or a hand-drawn castle labeling the instructions as the Marauder’s Map. The map can be made to look like it was charted on parchment paper by ripping off the corners and crinkling and flattening the papers to make…
When ghosts and ghouls come out to play, it’s the perfect time to set up a scavenger hunt for kids. With plenty of scary characters at play during this eerie season, there’s lots of great ideas and fun to be had.
Easter morning is a great time to celebrate with your family and children. Whether you share a special brunch with everyone gathered around or spend time with your church community, hosting an easter egg scavenger hunt is a sure-fire way to put smiles on the kids’ faces and add lots of fun to your Easter holiday.
Easter is a holiday that reminds us of what’s really important, but your kids just want to celebrate by having fun and finding some eggs. Most kids will be content doing the same hunt each year, but why not give your kids a break from the usual routine. Here are six unique hunt ideas to help you liven up an…
These days, the old traditions of the Easter holiday weekend are seeing some changes. The fun of the day is certainly still there, but egg scavenger hunts are seeing some elaborate updates on the good old egg hunt. Here are a few new ideas to join the new age of Easter scavenger hunts.
If you always do the same Easter festivities, maybe it’s time to change things up a bit this holiday weekend. Here are five creative scavenger hunt ideas to put a unique twist on the usual Easter fun.
Easter egg hunts are definitely a highlight of the holiday weekend for the little ones. A day that comes just once a year is a perfect opportunity for memory making, but the usual chocolate and jelly beans in soft pastel-colored plastic eggs hidden throughout your yard might be in need of an update.
Typically a resurrection Easter egg hunt will follow the passages located in the Bible, however anyone can do an Easter egg hunt. They are fun for kids as well as the whole family. Continue reading to learn more about a Resurrection Easter egg scavenger hunt and how to make a scavenger hunt for kids.
Scavenger hunts are fun for kids of all ages as well as adults. This treasure hunt type of game engages everyone involved and can provide hours of entertainment. Young minds will get to experience the thrill of the hunt while learning how to follow directions, play and get along with their peers, and perhaps burn…
Maybe everyone is missing the summer outdoor activities and you want to lighten the mood with something a bit tropical. A Pirate treasure hunt is perfect to bring the sunshine back into a cold winter day.
Egg hunts have always been a momentous occasion for children on Easter Sunday. Children look forward to searching for brightly colored plastic eggs with little treats or treasures inside.
Sure, it may still be a little chilly outside, but just about everyone is tired of winter and ready for spring. So this is the perfect time to wake everybody up with a great scavenger hunt game.
Help your kids to learn the real meaning of Easter AND have fun at the same time with a Riddle Me Easter Scavenger Hunt and this easy-to-make resurrection garden.