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Now check your email to confirm your subscription. Are you looking for fun party games for kids that would be perfect for a birthday party for tweens? Kids love a good photo scavenger hunt — but most of the scavenger hunt ideas I've found online take place at the mall- and I don't know that the mall employees are always so happy to have kids running around snapping silly pictures while not buying anything! Whether you are doing this at a party or just during a fun get together- you'll want to divide the kids into teams. You'll want to establish a starting time and an ending time- I suggest to give the kids an hour to complete all of the tasks and edit their pictures. The instructions tell them that they will need to be able to show their pictures in order of the tasks listed- just one image of each task. Pro Tip: If you are doing this at a party- it would be really great to have the kids take the photos on your phone and other family members phones just make sure that you have a good protective case and screen protector in case it is dropped!
There probably isn't an age group that's better suited for scavenger hunts than tweens, and if you're going to throw or host a hunt, you'll need a few good scavenger ideas. These scavenger hunt ideas will help you organize a great expedition, and keep your tweens on the move, finding all the things they need to win. Keep these tips in mind for a birthday party , or any event that requires a few planned activities, such as a classroom party or even a scout meeting. Be sure to keep safety in mind as you plan your hunt. And, happy scavenger hunting to all! To host a fun scavenger hunt, you need a little background.Me too. I still have fun as the "chaperone" for my kids. I love it as much as they do. Hi Melissa, just stopping by to check out your new blog. My son he's 18 was sitting next to me as I read this post and he got all smiley reminiscing about photo-scavenger hunts he's been on. So yeah, this got the teenage thumbs up. Thanks Shell.