Variety Easter Scavenger Hunt

This Easter Scavenger Hunt is a four part hunt. Teams compete to be the first to complete the hunt or to collect the most items in a specified amount of time.


  • Part 1
    Make words using the letters in EASTER-SCAVENGER-HUNT and then find the items represented by those words (eg. hat, nut, and tea can be made using the noted letters, but card cannot because there is no "d"). Teams can create and find as many items as they can using the noted letters. Score 1 point for each item brought back that fits the criteria.

  • Part 2
    Requires the teams to find 7 different people who meet the criteria listed (1 person per scenario) to sign their paper (eg. Get the signature of someone who owns a baby chick).

  • Part 3
    Unscramble words and then find the items.
    SALTPIC GEG = Plastic Egg
    HEWIT YILL = White Lily
    LIPAR LANDACRE = April Calendar
    YEJLL NABE = Jelly Bean
    RESEAT BEKATS = Easter Basket

  • Part 4
    Find items related to the Bible Easter story. Be creative!


Printable Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt

Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt



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