10 Free Scavenger Hunt Printables For Kids
Tired of playing Monopoly for the third time this week? These 10 free scavenger hunt printables for kids include many different themes from around the neighborhood to the beach and into nature. All it takes is a camera (optional) and a list and you can transform your day at the park or trip to the grocery store into a game.
Shutterfly has created 10 photo scavenger hunts to try out with your kids. Just download and print them and let the scavenger hunt begin! You can do these as a photo scavenger hunt or just cross them off. It’s up to you!
How The Scavenger Hunt Printables Work
Simply choose the scavenger hunt that looks the most fun to you and print it out (enter your email below to get them sent to your inbox). You can get all the scavenger hunt printables by entering your email in the form below so I can send you the files to download and print. Grab a camera (or camera phone), a pen to check off boxes, and a prize for the winner. Take your scavenger hunt on your neighborhood walk or your next nature hike and let the fun begin!
Set a time limit and boundaries of how far your kids are allowed to wander. If you have young children, put them on teams with an adult. Once you say go, the teams can hunt down the item and take a photo of them. When the times up, whoever has the most items on the list wins! Break any ties by deciding who has the best or most creative photos.
Scavenger Hunts For Kids
Here are the 10 different scavenger hunts for kids. No matter where your outing takes you, you’re sure to have fun!
1.) Zoo Scavenger Hunt – What will your child spot first, the snack stand or the tiger? Don’t forget to snap a picture and cross it off your list!
2.) Road Trip Scavenger Hunt – Kids need something to keep them busy on a road trip and this is the perfect way to pass the time! If you have a road trip coming up make sure you also grab my free printable road trip bingo!
3.) Neighborhood Scavenger Hunt – You don’t have to leave home to go on a scavenger hunt! Find these items in your own neighborhood.
4.) Home Scavenger Hunt – A rainy day stuck indoors is the perfect time to whip out this fun scavenger hunt! Who can find the green marker first?
5.) Grocery Store Scavenger Hunt – Turn a boring trip to the grocery store into a fun-filled scavenger hunt! Do they know what row the cookies are in?
6.) Farmer’s Market Scavenger Hunt – I love shopping at farmer’s markets and it’s like a mini treasure hunt to me. Turn it into one for your kids too with this fun hunt!
7.) City Scavenger Hunt – A trip into the city deserves some keen observers. Can you spot the pizza shop? Maybe you’ll smell it first!
8.) Beach Scavenger Hunt – A trip to the beach is full of fun things to discover and the photos will turn into keepsakes. Can you spot pretty seashells?
9.) Airport Scavenger Hunt – Help pass the time on your layover with this fun hunt. Who will spot a person sleeping first?
10.) Nature Scavenger Hunt – Perhaps my most-favorite kind of scavenger hunt is a nature hunt! Let’s explore!
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I cannot find the neighborhood scavenger hunt page. I downloaded the google drive and its not in there
I’m sorry you are having trouble finding it. I will email you the direct link!
what a great idea … so fun for kids to be able to do something and yet isolate in a car ride at the same time
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I have entered both my personal and work email and have not received the scavenger hunts in either inbox. When can I expect to get them?
Be sure to check your spam or promotions folder as they are immediately sent when you enter your email. If you add [email protected] in your contacts list that helps too. If you still can’t find them email me and I’ll send you the link directly. Thanks!
I do show that it was sent to the email you used here to comment with 🙂