As you probably already know, I absolutely love doing scavenger hunts for kids. Why not do a Halloween scavenger hunt as well?
I shared a spider web scavenger hunt we did for Halloween. But I realized when I was searching for ideas that there’s not a lot of variations for Halloween scavenger hunts. They’re all very similar and mostly doing a scavenger hunt for Halloween decorations.
I decided to keep searching and found 10 different ways to do a Halloween themed scavenger hunt with the kids.
I ended up finding scavenger hunts with pumpkins, spiders, monsters, and ghosts. Plus the traditional Halloween scavenger hunt for decorations.
I think you’ll love these, and your kids will even more! Have fun!
Its time for a Halloween scavenger hunt!
- We did this one the other day, a spider web scavenger hunt for bugs. My kids love it because they love the web I weave around the room for them to search through. Hint: this one’s a hit any time of the year!
- Teach Preschool shared a printable pumpkin patch learning scavenger hunt to find different sizes and work on counting with preschoolers.
- The more traditional Halloween scavenger hunt, looking for Halloween decorations in the neighborhood. Find the free printable at Creative Family Fun.
- Mom to 2 Posh Li’l Divas put together a monster sensory bin to hunt for Halloween items.
- If kids are reading, try this reading and rhyming scavenger hunt for Halloween from Imagination Soup.
- Combine two favorites and go on this Halloween BINGO scavenger hunt from Uncommon Courtesy.
- Check out these simple Halloween clues from Saturday’s Mail.
- Hide these little pumpkins around and have the kids count and find them all from Little Family Fun.
- Have the kids become a ghost detective and solve the clues, find out more on Delightfully Noted
- And finally, its time for a trick or treat scavenger hunt from Shaken Together
Go on a hunt all year round with these 32 scavenger hunts for kids! Indoors and out, all kinds of fun!
Once Halloween is over, its the holiday season already! Have you seen our 10 ways for kids to go on a Christmas scavenger hunt? They’re so much fun for the season!
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