Treasure Hunt With Kids
Getting creative is becoming tough during quarantine, isn’t it? Searching for a new activity that will keep your kids busy is not an easy task. There are working parents who want to keep their kids sane and involved so that they can complete their work on time.
Well, I have just found a great activity and I am sure this will keep them busy throughout the day. But, you need to work a little extra in the preparation of this activity.
If you are following this A to Z series, then you might know that I am participating in the AtoZ blogging challenge with #BlogChatterA2Z where I have chosen fun activities to do with your kids during the quarantine period. So, today’s alphabet starts with ‘T’. So, I have selected T for Treasure Hunt with Kids.
I know, you might be pondering how to organize a proper treasure hunt. But, don’t I will share my experience with Treasure Hunt activity in my house. But, a little disclaimer that this activity isn’t going to be easy for parents and children. You need to do proper research before setting up the treasure hunt theme for your kids.
Why Treasure Hunt With Kids?
Treasure Hunt can be super exciting for kids as they will need to use their brains to find out the clue so they can win and find out their treasure. It can also be an educational scavenger hunt for kids.
Material Required for the Treasure Hunt With Kids
Generally, you don’t need a lot of materials to plan this Treasure hunt set up with your kids. Just a pen and paper to write your clues for the treasure hunt and a winning prize (it can be anything, chocolate, storybook, or whatever gift they like) to keep them motivated throughout the whole treasure hunt game.
How to do “Treasure Hunt With Kids”
Creating a treasure hunt for your kids can be a little tricky. You need to put great clues and it shouldn’t be easy to find everything at once or too difficult to find their treasure and they might end up losing interest in the game.
Just create good clues related to their educational subjects and then give them a hint to find the location of the next clue. You can also put a small gift or prize after they complete half of the treasure hunt which will motivate them to find and win the treasure.
This activity has helped us to enhance family bonding with each other. And it was a fun activity to engage your kids into something educational yet fun-loving!
My Overall Experience
Trust me, when I say these treasure hunts are creative, full of fun and interactive and it can be tailored based upon the age of the kids. In our case, Angel and my entire family played this treasure hunt so that they can give hints to my daughter.
So, try out this activity with your kids too, and don’t forget to share the experience in the comment section below. If possible, you can also share the pictures while playing treasure hunt for your kids and tag me, @sneha_261013 on Instagram.
And stay tuned for the next activity from the alphabet, ‘U’! Can you guess it?
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