The kids are saying that they don’t want to go trick or treating this year but they want to have a Halloween party. They give you a list of friends that they want you to invite and tell you to make sure that you do not forget the treats. So, you got the decorations and have asked parents to help out but you just don’t want to give the kids their treats. Then it hits you suddenly, you need to have the kids find their treats. Thus, you start thinking of all the ways that you can have them find your treats and you realize that you need to have a Halloween scavenger hunt.
So, you now know that you are going to do a scavenger hunt but have no clue as to write down for the clues to finding their treats. Have no worries because below is some helpful clues that could get you pointed in the right direction. Along with the clues are the answers to those clues, so it makes your job a lot easier to placing the clues. All you really need to do is think of what is going to go into those treat bags.
The starting clue: Treats are what you seek. To figure out where you first clue lies why don’t you take a peek? Give the kids the envelope that says this and have them look at the whole point of this game. Number each one of the clues so they will be able to tell which clue that they are on. Ready, set, go!
Clue #1: When you find this clue, I hope it will make you grin because it’s under a vegetable that is lit within. Place clue #2 under the jack o’ lantern.
Clue #2: Where o’ where is the next clue? I think that I saw it with the man made of straw. Place the third clue on the scarecrow.
Clue #3: Some say that I am corny and some say that I am sweet. Finding your next clue will surely be a Halloween treat. Place the fourth clue under a dish of candy corn.
Clue #4: I’ve got spirit; oh yes I do. But when I want to cheer all I do is say Boo. I will do my best not to scare you as you come looking for your next clue. Place the fifth clue on a ghost.
Clue #5: Let’s get to the point of your next clue. I find it eerie when a woman calls kids “dearie”. Place the sixth clue on a witch’s hat.
Clue #6: Hey kids, I’ve got a “bone” to pick with you. You’ll hear it when you find your next clue. Place the seventh clue on a skeleton.
Clue #7: By 8 hairy legs I was spun. If you can find me then your next clue you shall have won. Place the eighth clue on a spider web.
Clue #8: Boil, boil, toil and trouble. Better get your next clue on the double. Place the ninth clue on the witch’s cauldron. This is best to have a couple of witches placed around the house.
Clue #9: With my body made of wood and my feet made of straw, I am the strangest flying vehicle of all. Place the tenth clue onto the witch’s broom.
Clue #10: With my body black and my legs count four; some say that it is bad luck when I walk the floor. Place the final clue onto a black cat.
Final clue: You’ll be green with envy over my bolts that are in my neck. I may have your prize. Why not come and check? Have the treat bags by a Frankenstein.
These clues does not have to be written in stone, it was just some examples of how you can write them. This is a great game to play to end the Halloween party. However, to make it more interesting have some of the parents dress up as some of the characters that are in the clues such as: a witch, a ghost, a skeleton and even Frankenstein. Watch as the kids get more excited about their treat bags and then watch their faces as they get their treat bags from Frankenstein. Happy Halloween everyone and Happy hunting!