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My youngest, who is twelve, requested to have an Easter Egg hunt this year. We didn’t do one last year. This year, he was too old for the egg hunt at church. Looks like he doesn’t think he’s too old for one. And I’m fine with having another egg hunt for my youngest, since this very well may be the last year he requests one.
Easter Egg Scavenger Hunts for Teenagers
I thought it might be fun, and more challenging to have a scavenger hunt instead of a regular Easter egg hunt. Here are a few links I found, then I’ll tell you what I’m going to do.
Since I want to do an egg hunt outside, I decided to combine it with a scavenger hunt. I’m using the worksheet for the Christian Scavenger Hunt. The kids have to look up the missing word in ten Bible verses. The missing word is the item they find for the scavenger hunt.
I’m going to give the worksheets to my 12, 14, 17 and 18 year olds and have them fill it. I’m going to hide four candy filled eggs at a spot outside that corresponds to the missing word. Example: water. I will put the eggs near the outside faucet. For rock, I will put the eggs by the rocks of our fire pit. Of course, we have rocks as garden edging all around our house, and a gravel driveway. So they will really have to hunt for the eggs. lol
I think it will be fun! It will satisfy my 12 year olds desire to have an egg hunt and include the older teens in a fun, challenging way.
For another fun idea,use glow in the dark Easter eggs for a night time scavenger hunt! See how we used the glow in the dark eggs.
Here are some other fun things for Easter egg hunts!
And here are a couple of scavenger hunt games to play as a family anytime!
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