News: Planning a Scavenger Hunt Based on Age: Part 2

Planning a Scavenger Hunt Based on Age: Part 2

Our first look will be at scavenger hunt beginners. The youngsters. The ones some people say shouldn't even be doing a scavenger hunt (and maybe they're right). If you dare to put on a treasure hunt for people who can't tie their shoe, here is what you need to know.

Five years old or less: The younger kids might not really be aware of exactly what a scavenger hunt is all about, however that does not imply they can not appreciate it. The major factor to bear in mind for kids under five years old is the fact that every kid will require somebody to keep close track of all of them as well as assist them. Be prepared for mass confusion, aimless wandering, and probable crying. Adults should direct their youthful wards, and clarify each stage in the procedure, most likely numerous times.

Ideas for under five age range: Place things out in the open. It's going to be tough enough on the tykes without things being hidden out of sight.  Select things kids are enthusiastic about, for example toys or chocolate. Keep the item checklist small. You're going to lose some of the more ADD kids if you try to make this into a marathon. Make the hunt location really small.

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