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Spring Scavenger Hunt Ideas

Updated: May 9, 2023

Spring is finally here, and with it comes a plethora of outdoor activities. One of the most popular activities for families and friends during this season is a spring scavenger hunt. Whether you're planning a scavenger hunt for your kids, your friends, or your colleagues, there are plenty of options to choose from. In this blog, we'll provide you with some tips and ideas for a successful spring scavenger hunt.

Spring Scavenger Hunt
Spring Scavenger Hunt

1. Choose the right location

The first step in planning a successful spring scavenger hunt is to choose the right location. Depending on the size of your group and the age range of the participants, you may want to consider a local park, nature reserve, or even your own backyard. Make sure the location is safe and accessible for everyone involved.


2. Create a list of items

The key to a successful scavenger hunt is to have a well-thought-out list of items to find. Consider the theme of your hunt, the age range of your participants, and the location you've chosen when creating your list. Some ideas for spring-themed items to include are flowers, butterflies, and bird nests (we've created a list of 20 items below to get you started).


3. Assign teams

Once you have your list of items, it's time to assign teams. Depending on the size of your group, you may want to have two or more teams. You can randomly assign teams, or you can have participants choose their own teams. Make sure each team has an equal number of participants and assign a team leader for each group.


4. Set the rules

Before you start the scavenger hunt, it's important to set the rules. Make sure everyone understands the boundaries of the hunt and any safety precautions that need to be taken. Set a time limit for the hunt and let participants know what will happen when time is up.


5. Have fun!

Finally, the most important aspect of any scavenger hunt is to have fun! Encourage participants to work together and enjoy the experience. Take plenty of pictures and share them with everyone at the end of the hunt.


By following these simple tips, you can plan a fun and successful spring scavenger hunt that everyone will enjoy.


Below are a list of challenges you could consider including in your spring scavenger hunt

  1. Find a blooming flower of every colour of the rainbow

  2. Chase a butterfly like an energetic puppy

  3. Make a wish while blowing the seeds of a dandelion

  4. Bring together more than one kind of b

  5. Create a miniature garden gnome village

  6. Catch a ladybug on your finger

  7. Find a tree with a hollow trunk

  8. Drop a feather and a leaf and see which lands first

  9. Balance a selection of rocks

  10. Uncover a flower that smells like a fruit

  11. Dispose of a piece of litter it properly

  12. Identify a plant that can be used for medicine or natural remedies

  13. Find a tree with a face-like formation

  14. Create a "nest" for a fictional animal, such as a unicorn or dragon

  15. Locate a four leaf clover

  16. Build a human pyramid

  17. Produce a unique birdhouse

  18. Find a sculpture that is made from natural materials

  19. Create a nature documentary parody

  20. Check if you like butter by holding a buttercup under your chin

Remember to choose the right location, create a list of items, assign teams, set the rules, and have fun! Happy hunting!


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