Looking for a home poem clue or two for your indoor scavenger hunt?
Use the ones below in any order you choose. Remove any that don't suit the items available in your home.
Remember to pay attention to how you hide the clues. The computer clue should not be hidden by the computer; it should be hidden at the location before the computer, etc.
Have fun laying out your home poem clue indoor scavenger hunt.Use it to hide gifts for loved ones or goody bags for parties. Even try forming teams at a bridal shower and have your guests search for favors or other prizes.
When using these clues for teams, be sure to put each team's clues in a different order and also, print each team's clues on a different color of paper. Team members may only look for clues that match their color. If they see any clues that belong to another team they need to leave them where they are. Plan your hunt so that the first team back gets the prize, or have a prize for everyone and let the first team back enjoy bragging rights.
If you choose to use the hunt as a race to the finish, include the last home poem clue on this page. If not, set a prize in a clearly visible place at whatever location you choose for the last clue.
Now, let's get started! Use the form below the clues to request and then make a copy of our printable home poem clue pages. Cut out the clues and start setting up your hunt.
Note: You'll need to give each team their first clue.
When you're feeling less than fresh
there's just one place to go
To wash and get all squeaky clean
and scrub between each toe.
Answer to the above clue: Shower or Tub
Boob tube, idiot box, eye, and telly
are names for this machine.
Oprah, House, and C.S.I.
on it are weekly seen.
Answer to the above clue: Television
This box is mostly filled with things
that rarely bring you glee
Like bills, and junk, and other stuff
you'd rather never see.
Answer to the above clue: Mailbox
The speed of life has made this furniture
a thing of fables,
But there were times when families
once ate around these tables.
Answer to the above clue: Diningroom Table
It seems our clothes just keep returning
to this same machine.
At least they're better than the things
the ancients used to clean.
Answer to the above clue: Washing Machine
Up and down, and up and down
you climb these everyday.
You've likely seen the clue on these,
but passed it anyway.
Answer to the above clue: Stairs
When couples are well-organized
they park the car in here.
But otherwise it's full of junk
and not one inch is clear.
Answer to the above clue: Garage
Sometimes it's fun to just relax
alone amidst the bubbles,
But share this tub with friends and kin
to soothe away their troubles.
Answer to the above clue: Hot Tub
Communicate with family,
research, shop, and play games.
Since this invention swept the globe,
our lives have really changed.
Answer to the above clue: Computer
This room is for the guests to sleep
when staying for the night.
Let's hope the bed is comfortable
and sheets are clean and white.
Answer to the above clue: Guest Room
The head of house retires here
to get some peace and rest.
Of all the rooms within the home
the master's room is best.
Answer to the above clue: Master Bedroom
Be the first back to the room
where this hunt did begin
If you're the first you'll hear the words,
"Congrats, to you... YOU WIN!"
Answer to the above clue: Whatever Room You Started the Hunt In
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Note: We have added a NEW home poem clue page with some new clues. It includes clues for a refrigerator, a closet and more.
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