When ‘tis the season to be jolly ’tis also the the season for some creative festivity. What more to show the festivity and joy of the season than a good old scavenger hunt? A scavenger hunt during Christmas is a fun way to bond and enjoy each other’s company.
Kids and teens can join in. They can work alone, by pairs, by threes, even by groups! Encourage participation with Christmas related prizes! Good prizes that are seasonal and effective can consist of candies, confectionaries, candy canes, nuggets, eggnogs, and maybe even some neat coins. For older participants, if prizes are to be included gift cards would do well. The hunt can be held indoors (especially if it’s snowing outside).
Now, let’s move on to the hunt itself. After making sure that everything and everyone is ready then give everyone their list. We’ve included two sample lists that are Christmas focused below. The first list is a collection of items players could asked to hunt, and the second list is a collection of activities the players could be asked to perform. Use your own discretion to figure out which of these items you want to include in your personal hunts.
Christ Scavenger Hunt Items to be Found
- Candy Cane
- Santa Claus
- Christmas Sock
- Christmas Décor
- Santa’s hat
- The word ‘Christmas’
Activities for Christmas Scavenger Hunt
And here’s some activities that could be included. Atleast one member of each team can be required to perform each of these activities.
- Sing a Christmas Carol
- Drink warm coffee/ chocolate
- Sit on Santa’s lap
- Catch a snowflake with your tongue
- Listen to a Christmas story
- Put a décor on the Christmas tree
- Tell a joke
- Unwrap a Christmas Present
Scavenger hunts are fun events that a great for holiday parties and hopefully we’ve given you some descent Christmas scavenger hunt ideas about how to make sure your next Christmas party is a blast!