The possibilities of ideas for a scavenger hunt for kids are endless!
There are so many different fun scavenger hunt ideas for kids, but you can literally take any way to do a scavenger hunt and apply any variation you’d like to it!
For instance, any of the alphabet learning scavenger hunts listed below could also be made into learning opportunities for solving math problems, or beginner reading, or just something fun like trucks or dolls. It’s virtually endless and its so exciting to change them up to fit your own child’s interests!
We’ve done our fair share of scavenger hunts around here, and will keep doing more (a lot more now that I’ve collected all these ideas to base them off of) and I hope it’ll inspire some fun hunting at your house too.
Reinforce Colors on a Scavenger Hunt:
- Search and take photos of the colors of the rainbow, from Tinkerlab.
- Score some free paint chips and take them for a color matching scavenger hunt, from And Then We Saved. Can every shade of color on the paint chip be found?
- Make a palette of colors to find in nature from I am Momma Hear Me Roar.
- Make a color key to find pre-hidden objects!
- Or go on a color scavenger hunt with toys to make a rainbow!
- Label a bag with a color and hunt for objects of that color around the house, from Crafts~N~Things.