10 Ways to Go on a Christmas Scavenger Hunt

As you probably know, I absolutely love scavenger hunts for kids. Why not make a Christmas scavenger hunt for them to go on?!

We’ve did one last week and the boys got such a kick out of it, I’ve decided to go on a hunt to find more Christmas scavenger hunts for them to try! I’m certain they’ll love to do any of these on this list!

10 ways to go on a Christmas scavenger hunt with the kids, from finding lights to free printables to a hunt at the mall.

Time to go on a Christmas scavenger hunt, I think!

  1. What we did last week, Christmas bow flashlight scavenger hunt. Super fun in the dark! And it can be done with anything that’s Christmas related [gift tags, snowmen, santa figures, candy canes, you n ame it].
  2. Speaking of candy canes, check out the candy cane Christmas scavenger hunt from Dirt and Boogers.
  3. Get out of the house and go for a drive or walk around town to hunt for the list of Christmas lights. Get the free Christmas Light Scavenger Hunt printable from The Taylor House
  4. Set up a Christmas scavenger hunt with pictures as clues, from Inspiration Laboratories.
  5. Let the kids become Christmas detectives to find where the present is… can they find it? – from Inspiration Laboratories
  6. Hide their presents on Christmas morning and have clues set up to find them. – from Chicago Now
  7. A printable for a simple christmas scavenger hunt – indoors and out from Tightwad Blog.
  8. Christmas treasure hunt with rhyming clues from Love and Lollipops.
  9. Use a treasure map to find the Christmas stars and Frosty the Snowman to put him back together, from Imagination Sardegna.
  10. Find ornaments at the mall and decorate a Christmas tree in the process, from Momstown. 

Lots of easy Christmas scavenger hunt printables are found at Educating Laytons. And find a whole bunch of riddles for Christmas themed objects on Scavenger-hunt.org, they’ll be perfect for setting up our own Christmas scavenger hunt!

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    • Jamie Reimer says

      I cannot tell you how awesome that is Jennifer! I bet they had a blast and will be asking to do it year after year (sorry about your headache though!)

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