There are so many ways to do a scavenger hunt, aren’t there? We have so much fun with them! Whether its a spur of the moment scavenger hunt or a themed one like these Valentine scavenger hunt ideas!
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and while I was looking for ideas to do our latest Valentine scavenger hunt, I found a whole bunch of other Valentine scavenger hunt ideas to try too, that I thought I’d share them with you.
If you’re ever looking for any type of scavenger hunts to do with the kids — here’s 32!
Below are 14 ways to go on a Valentine scavenger hunt. The kids will sure LOVE these!
14 Lovely Valentine scavenger hunt ideas!
Our latest… and my favorite if I must pick one… a scavenger hunt for the kids to find all the ways I love them. Every day, until Valentine’s Day.
Send the kids on a heart scavenger hunt and work on letter recognizing and letter sounds! From Mom Inspired Life.
Or a heart scavenger hunt that has them matching numbers!
Or add a secret message when the letters are put in order! From Reading Confetti
Go on a heart hunt…. over and over again! From the Pleasantest Thing
Have the kids hunt for the things they love.
Try this Valentine’s Day scavenger hunt with clues from Teach Mama.
A combinations of the things you love about your kids and clues to find the next one! From Balancing Beauty and Bedlam
A scavenger hunt with clues (you can use!) to find a Valentine’s Day prize at the end. From Savvy Spending
Send the kids on a hunt to find all the hearts to find the secret message. It comes with free printables too! From The Educators’ Spin On It
A treasure hunt for their Valentine’s Day goodies! This is great for even the littlest one to search for! From Love Play and Learn
Search for hearts everywhere and snap photos! From Still Playing School
Set out Hershey Kisses to hunt for and match the numbers! From Reading Confetti
A wonderful scavenger hunt with clues that also has them doing activities together before getting their next clue! Love this from Sonshine Classical Academy
And Easter is right around the corner, you may be inspired by some of these not-so-traditional Easter hunt ideas for kids!