This free printable Halloween scavenger hunt is perfect for all ages! You can play this fun scavenger hunt game with your family, friends while out and about, or while trick or treating! Print this free scavenger hunt out and start finding those Halloween items!
Halloween is one of our favorite holidays. We also love scavenger hunts. So why not combine some of our favorite things? As an example, we’ve even played them while camping to distract the kids while we set up camp. Scavenger hunts allow children to focus on the little details around them along with fun sensory play.
Feel free to print out this free scavenger hunt below and look for items while you’re out doing Halloween or Fall festivals. Search and find things like strobe lights, pumpkins, skeletons, and witches. You can even use or our Halloween coloring pages this while you’re waiting in line for a fall festival item. First person to spot an item gets to check it off the list, and the person who finds all of the items first WINS!
Your family and friends will love this scavenger hunt, and you’re going to have a spooky-good time playing it this spooky fun season!
What is a Scavenger Hunt?
A scavenger hunt is designed to lead a person (or a team of people) on a mission to seek and find all of the items on their list. The first person or team to find all the items first wins!
Some scavenger hunts require the players to physically collect the objects, but for this one, we’re using a simple checklist.
How to Play
So, how do you play a scavenger hunt? Well, be creative! There are so many ways to play, that I’ll just share a few of my favorite scavenger hunt ideas:
- Car Ride Halloween Scavenger Hunt – Load up in a car and drive around town to look at Halloween decorations. Work together, or compete, to see who can mark off the most Halloween items from the board.
- Halloween Scavenger Hunt Party Game – At a festively decorated Halloween Party, challenge guests to search the house in order to find as many Halloween items as they can (great for school Halloween parties, too!).
- Trick or Treat Scavenger Hunt – Add a little more fun to taking the kids Trick or Treating. The adults (and teens!) can compete in a friendly competition along the Trick or Treat route, while the kids are collecting candy.
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