Door to Door Riddle Scavenger Hunt

by Heather
(Lancaster)

I need a list of about 20 items found in and/or around the home for a group of girls ages 5 to 8. I would like a riddle hunt if possible.

Reply:

Hi Heather!

So the girls will be going door to door in a neighborhood and asking for household items, but you would first like them to solve a riddle to determine what item they will be asking for. Is that correct? I will assume there will be an adult with them to help them with the clues and for safety reasons.

I will also assume the riddles would need to be super easy since the girls are so young. Is that correct?

For example, the following clue for a pea would be too difficult for your group. Correct?

The source of a princesses sleepless night despite being atop 20 mattresses.

For a pea your group might need something more like...

A dried vegetable that is blown through a shooter.

Or perhaps even as easy as...

A tiny round green vegetable found in pods.

Thanks for your feedback!

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