Its the weekend and its raining – isn’t that a delight!!
Bored children lead to fed up children, and fed up children soon lead to fed up parents. So why not stop the rot and have some fun this afternoon with a family Indoor Scavenger Hunt.
All you need is to print off this Indoor Scavenger Hunt List and then think up a suitable prize for the winner. We always let the winner chose the family movie we are going to watch that evening (or the take-out we will order later if we are having a treat). You could even let them choose there own game to play next, such as the awesome idea from Lisa Brown, CenterParcs gmaes guru of screwing up some old newspaper and sticking it together to make a ball and then grabbing some empty toilet roll holders to make your own indoor ten pin bowling alley
Objects in the Indoor Scavenger Hunt can either be collected as you go or written down and left where they are, or if you are feeling very modern you could get them all to take a picture on their phones, ipads, ipods etc – totally up to you.
Indoor Scavenger Hunt
10 things to find
1. Something pink
2. A toy smaller than your little finger
3. A letter
4. An object that start with the same letter as your name
5. Something that smells
6. A musical instrument
7. A living thing
8. Something from another country
9. A matching pair
10. Something that spins
A recent survey by LV calculated that cost of raising a child from crib to cradle is now on average £227,000 – that’s crazy! What better time is there to enjoy some free, simple family fun.
Good luck!! Please do let me know if you take part in this Indoor Scavenger Hunt….and who is the winner!!
‘This is my entry to the Center Parcs and Tots 100 February challenge. If I’m chosen, I would like to visit Elvedon’
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