If you’ve been around here for a while, then you know that I love creating scavenger hunts for my daughter. You also know that I have a very strong love for Christmas season. So, this year I decided to combine those two passions together and create the ultimate Christmas scavenger hunt. This scavenger hunt is filled with some of my favorite Christmas items including colorful lights, snowflakes, candy canes, and so much more. It’s perfect for children of all ages and even fun loving festive adults. So, let’s check it out!
There are a ton of different ways to use this fun printable during the holiday season! For example, you could bring it with you when you go to look at Christmas lights. While you are driving through the various neighborhoods have your children try to find each object on the list. Once all of the objects have been found, the game is over. Alternatively, you could spread this game out over the Christmas season instead of just using it once. Simply print out the scavenger hunt and bring it with you to your various Christmas outings until you have found all of the objects. It’s a fun way to tie it all together for the kids.
As you can see, this scavenger hunt is a great way for kids to discover all of the fun objects that make Christmas so special. However, it doesn’t have to be all about finding. In fact, with a little bit of creativity this scavenger hunt become about inspiring. Let me explain. Instead of taking this scavenger hunt to activities you are already doing, use it to inspire new activities this holiday season. You’ll want to create a fun activity centered around each object on the sheet. For example, decorating the Christmas tree would allow you to check off the Christmas tree box. You could have a family movie night and watch Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer to check off the reindeer box. Then, plan a fun family snowball fight to check off the snowflake box. The possibilities are endless.
I can’t wait to share this activity with my daughter. I hope it brings as much joy to your family as it will bring to mine. Merry Christmas!