Make the the holiday school season merry and fun with this Christmas classroom scavenger hunt. 5 rhyming clues lead around the classroom to a treat or surprise, which could be anything from a little gift for each student to 15 minutes of free time.
I created this hunt for the Guardian Teachers Network a few years ago. I hope you enjoy using it in your classroom.
Cut out the clues and hide them around the classroom following the instructions on the free printable available below.
Have a small treat or surprise waiting for the students at the end of the hunt.
Answer to the above clue: Trash can or recycle bin
Look for a place where windows are popping
Where you can do last minute internet shopping
Don't Google the answer; just search the machine
And you'll find a clue very close to the screen
Answer to the above clue: Computer screen
Flip through the book where students can find
The spelling of reindeer and meaning of kind
Turn page after page 'til you spot the word to "sleigh"
Your next clue is there; now be on your way
Answer to the above clue: Dictionary
Don't stop to lie down for a long winter's sleep
Don't stop to count sugar plums, reindeer, or sheep
Spring into action, there's no time to spare
Your next clue is hidden beneath someone's chair
Answer to the above clue: Chair
Now is the time for laughter and cheer
Jingle the mouse says your treasure is near
If we can depend on that grey furry creature
You'll find your surprise 'neath the desk of your teacher
Answer to the above clue: Under Teacher's Desk
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Mar 19, 21 10:51 AM
We may not be nearby, who knows when we will be. Instead let's play a game, just try your best to beat me. This leads you to somewhere, you'll be sure
Mar 17, 21 09:14 PM
The tiny little baby grew up and now she's 18. We all love you and wish you a very happy birthday. This 18th birthday will be celebrated but you have
Mar 17, 21 09:10 PM
This is not what you think it is. Nope. No way. Whatever you're thinking, just let it be that way. I really don't know what to put in this introduction