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Tips On Planning For An Easter Themed Scavenger Hunt.

One can learn new things and spend time with friends while participating in a scavenger hunt. Scavenger hunting tops the list of things to do as people pan for the coming Easter. Easter eggs and bunnies are often the main thing Easter scavenger hunts are about although there are many other things the hunt can be about. To make children look forward to the Easter scavenger hunt, thinking out the box will help.

The first thing you need to consider is a change of venue for your Easter scavenger hunt. More children will be eager to participate in the hut if you change the venue of the hunt from indoors to outdoors and vice versa. Changing the time of day is a great way to make it seem different and get the children eager. Give the children flashlights to look for the items with or substitue the eggs with glow sticks in case you have the hunt at night.

Leave riddles instead of clues for the children to add a learning experience to the scavenger hunt. Instead of eggs, leave items that will teach them something about the meaning of Easter. after the hunt, the children can come together to discuss their findings and what they learnt. You can jog the memories of the older children by using bible verses as clues.

It is way challenging and a nice idea if instead of having the children fill up their basket with whatever thy collect but have specific item they need to collect. You can switch the roles by having the children hide the items, and the parents go for the scavenger hunt. Have the children work together to find and solve a puzzle and this will teach them team work. Having a reward for all participants makes everyone look forward to playing. Use simpler hints when dealing with the younger children so they do not have a hard time trying to understand what you mean and if possible use pictures for them to understand. Many children love to play dress up and having them all dressed up in Easter-themed clothes for the scavenger hunt is a fun activity to add to the entire scavenger hunt idea.

Several things will determine the scavenger hunt you are organizing. The decisions you make when organizing the hunt will be determined by the age of the children you are organizing it for. What might seem like fun to the older kids might be boring or complex to the younger ones. Make the scavenger hunt as fun as possible. The activities planned should be inclusive of everyone so they all have fun. Have a time frame for the scavenger hunt so it’s not too long or end too fast.

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