Halloween Scavenger Hunt
Halloween is always an exciting time of the year for children, and adults! My boys have already started planning what they would like to dress up as. This year, things are going to be a little different. You might feel like you don’t want to go Trick or Treating, or we may not be able to! You may be wondering how you can still enjoy the fun of Halloween this year and hopefully I have one solution – a Halloween Scavenger Hunt!
Simply, print off the Scavenger Hunt or take a tablet and view it on there, then go for a walk around your local area and see how many of these Halloween themed items you can find. You might be able to spot people dressed up or decorations on people’s houses.
Shops are beginning to fill up with Halloween costumes and decorations too. If you have a local shop which has a particularly large Halloween section, you could also do the Scavenger Hunt around there.
Alternatively, you could organise with people living around you to hide each of the items on the hunt in their windows for the local children to find. This could be a really lovely way to bring your community together.
If you’re going out on a Halloween Scavenger Hunt, then please make sure you follow the government guidelines and keep a safe distance away from other people also enjoying Halloween and most importantly have a fantastic time!
You can download the Scavenger Hunt here:
There is also a selection of other Tired But Crafty Mummy Scavenger Hunts to keep you and your family entertained: