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After you fill 'em up, send them out on a scavenger hunt. If you're near a mall--perfect. Give them a list of things that they have to search for. You can make it a little challenging by asking that they find items that are out of season--like a Hawaiian shirt in the middle of winter and you live in snow country. Have them take pictures of their finds.Reply: Great Ideas, But I Gotta Add My Two Bits
Whether you’re holding your teen’s party at a restaurant or another venue, you’ll be able to come up with great teen party ideas to keep everyone happy. The best thing about a restaurant is that you don’t have to worry about decorations or cleanup when the party is over.SCAVENGER HUNT IDEAS
No matter the venue, it should be fairly easy to come up with some scavenger hunt ideas. If you’re holding the party at your home, consider a neighborhood scavenger hunt for everyone to enjoy. If you are holding the party at a park, come up with fun scavenger hunt ideas that will work at the park.
Remember, it doesn’t have to be complicated and you don’t even have to hide items. You can create a list of items based upon the area that the hunt will take
place in. For example, if you are doing a scavenger hunt in a park, put items on the list that you know can be found in the park. Some good ideas for the list include park slide, swings and signs, flower petals, a bench dedicated in someone's honor, etc.
If you’re doing a scavenger hunt in your neighborhood, consider going with ideas that are easy to find in your area, such as a street sign, a picture of the golden arches, a business card, a for sale sign, etc.
Your neighborhood hunt could also be more geared toward things in nature like an orange leaf, acorn, twig, moss, etc.
Another idea is to make the hunt be one that requires everyone go door-to-door to secure their items. You can have them obtain things that are more of a throw away nature like a cancelled stamp on an envelope, a sliver of soap, coupon, receipt, etc. or you could request things with low value like a plastic hanger and you could even specify the color, candle, pen, rubber band, magazine, etc.
If you're short on time or ideas, click on the pic below to see how you can quickly make a scavenger hunt that is centered around whatever theme you choose and can be tailored for the great outdoors or inside the home front, whichever you prefer.
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