Angela ~ USA
This goodie bag clue hunt is a two team, ten clue, scavenger hunt where teams start and end at the same place, but follow two different paths with slightly differing clues.
The final clue involves unscrambling letters found enroute. The unscrambled words lead to the treat bags.
I am including two printable versions of this hunt, but you can easily make your own variation by using these as an example.
Please Note: I would be willing to alter one of these hunts for your party, provided you give me enough notice.
Also Note: This hunt would work well for a birthday party, Halloween party, Christmas party, or any other party you might need an around the house scavenger hunt for.
Print this hunt using colored ink on white paper OR black ink on two different colored papers (one color per team). You will need to give each team a pen or pencil for the hunt also.
There are ten clues per team. Each clue consists of a large box divided into 2 squares and 1 rectangle. Cut out around the outside of each of the large boxes.
Fold in half.
The letters on each clue will be used to spell two words that will give the location of the hidden GOODIE BAGS. Those two words will be... HALL CLOSET. Be sure to let the teams know they have to collect the letters, but don't tell them why.
Both teams will be personally handed their first clue and may read it and begin their hunt when you say GO.
Both teams' second clues will be hidden in the garage (anywhere, but in a shoe or a jar - see clue 1).
Note: Be careful when hiding the clues. Don't hide the clue that leads to the garage in the garage, etc. Keep reminding yourself that the clue that leads to the next location needs to be hidden at the location before it.
From the garage onward each team will take a different path, till they end up at their final destination... the HALL CLOSET.
When hiding the clues be sure the side with the team/clue marker is visible and notify your teams that if they see a clue from the other team, they should leave it where it is and not give any indication that they know where it is, otherwise they could unknowingly be helping the other team. Each team has their own color.
Hiding order and locations for this scavenger hunt are as follows.
Garage, Microwave, TV, Mailbox, Bathroom, Washer, Kitchen Table, Patio, Refrigerator, Hall Closet
Garage, Dryer, Desk, Refrigerator, Dishwasher, Coffee Table, Bookcase, Mailbox, Patio, Hall Closet
Aug 26, 19 03:10 PM
Add a combination of mystery and spook with a Halloween clue hunt. Some clues can be altered to suit your event, but most were created for an outdoor Halloween scavenger hunt.
Aug 26, 19 01:54 PM
This home poem clue hunt is perfect for parties, showers and hiding gifts. The 16 clues can be easily rearranged to suit any of your indoor scavenger hunts.
Jul 27, 18 02:36 PM
Good morning my sleeping angel baby! I hope you are ready for a fun day and a (sort of) long drive haha! I have planned a special trip for you around