- How will you score your game? (e.g. number of items found within a time limit, fastest person to find all the items)
- What items will your participants have to find?
- How will you make this challenging and fun for everyone?
- As a Section Leadership Team, compile a list of objects for the scavenger hunt; these should be things that everyone will have in their house. Keep it general with things like “something red”, “something that you love”, or “a kitchen utensil”.
- Challenge your Section to find everything within a time limit, or race to see who is fastest.
- At the end, have everyone present what they collected.
- What worked well in this activity? What did not work as well?
- If you were to run another scavenger hunt, what would you change?
- If someone else were running their own scavenger hunt, what tips would you share with them?
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Keep it Simple
- Use the list that we created (see additional resources) for your scavenger hunt! Adapt the list as much or as little as you would like!
Take it Further
- Run an online scavenger hunt. Have broad categories like “share a website where you can learn new skills” or “find a funny cat gif”. You could also pose questions and have people find the answers, like “What is the tallest tower in the world?”.
- You might like to try different types of puzzles, check out I'm a Puzzle.