Ok moms, here is one for the younger kids! This one works for all numbers of kids too! Hide a little poem or clue of where the NEXT clue will be, and at the very end, hide stuffed animals/LOTS of treasure/any other bits of treasure you find necassary. This will be a fun thing to do for the kids, and requires some thought. Here are a few example poems:
Silverware Drawer; Yummy yummy, in my tummy, what about the works? What helps you eat? What helps you eat? Get up and out, out of your seat!
Under the bed; What is under, under slumber, under sleep and dreams? Well sometimes it seems, the night below our...
Closet; Warm and cool, glasses and shirts, places to put, ashes to soot!
Hope this helps!
Thanks so much for including the poems. Having sample wording for treasure hunt clues is so helpful, and I know our visitors will love reading what you came up with. Sounds like a very fun game!
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