6 Tips For Putting Together an Awesome Indoor Scavenger Hunt Your Kids Will Love
Spending time indoors can get boring, fast — there's only so many times you can plop the kids in front of PAW Patrol before they get restless. With a little imagination and some household items, you can put together a fun scavenger hunt for your family to do together. You can keep it simple and just dream up some items for your kids to search out, or you can go all out with riddles and clues.
But remember: scavenger hunts are what you make of them — they don't have to be overly complex. If your kids have special interests, try to incorporate them. If they like animals, make it a safari theme, or if they like drawing, make it something to do with art. If not, just let them get out the wiggles as they traipse around the house. Kids will love checking items off the list, and it will keep them occupied and moving around for a few hours while you do whatever you want (may we suggest a moment alone on the couch?). Scroll through to see six tips for putting together a fun scavenger hunt for kids.