Camping is that time of year when you get to spend time with the people who matter most. You don’t have to set an alarm and you can stay up late. There are many exciting things to do with children when you go camping and one of them is creating a treasure hunt. If this sounds like something you and your children would enjoy, use the following tips to help you set up a fun adventure.
First of all, you should consider the age and abilities of the children who will be going on the treasure hunt. This will help lead you in the right direction as you create the fun adventure. For instance, if you have children who are just starting to read, make sure that your map or clues are easy to decipher. However, if you are creating the treasure hunt for older children, you can make it a bit more challenging.
Then, you should think about what you want the treasure to be. Again, this will depend on the age and interests of the kids doing the treasure hunt. Would your kids love bubbles, silly putty, or a new book? There are lots of options of things that can serve as treasures depending on your kids.
You can get some ideas at How To Make A Treasure Hunt For Kids: Your Ultimate Guide
After that, you can decide where you want to hide the treasure. As you do, don’t forget where you put it and how to get there. It may be a good idea to make your map backwards if you find it difficult to create a map from the starting point to the treasure location.
Finally, it’s time to start the fun!