This past Sunday, my husband Reggie and I led a virtual Spring-themed Youth and Family Devotional. One of the highlights was the virtual scavenger hunt. The tweens, teens, adults (and even some kids/younger siblings who joined in) seemed to enjoy it. That is why I want to share the Spring Scavenger Hunt pdf that I created with you.
Scavenger Hunt Instructions
The rules for the virtual scavenger hunt (over Zoom) were simple.
- The team that finds the most items in their home in 10 minutes is the winning team.
- In the case of a tie, there will be a tie-breaker item shared.
Spring Scavenger Hunt PDF
Right before the countdown timer started, we placed the following slide on the screen:
Additional Quarantine Scavenger Hunt Tips
We would have preferred to do the scavenger hunt outside but it was a lot of fun anyway. The families really seemed to enjoy it and there were several laughter-filled moments. In case you want to host a Spring virtual scavenger hunt for family and/or friends, below are some additional tips.
- At the end of the 10 minutes, we ask, “How many families found all 20 items?” Then, we go down in number until a family has that amount.
- If multiple families have the same number, we have them quickly show the items one by one.
- Be sure to have a few tie-breaker ideas in mind just in case there is a true tie. We didn’t need to use it, but my tie-breaker item was going to be a pastel-colored cloth face mask.
- People are competitive, so make sure to have a small prize. (Our winning family received a $25 Etsy Gift Card to “springify” their home.)
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