Rudolph's Christmas Scavenger Hunt

by Jean Heasley
(City of Mustang )

Rudolph

Rudolph

We did this Christmas scavenger hunt game for our Community Tree Lighting and over 500 people attended.

You will need some kind of reindeer to place around the facility. I used the ones that are wire with strands of Christmas lights. Any size or style will work. You can even use different styles. I put ribbons around their necks. You could name them but with young kids I did not do this.

We made cute little cards with a place for stickers with each reindeer. We hid the reindeer around our facility, mixed in the decorations etc..

At each reindeer was a small basket with stickers in them. Once the children had found all of the reindeer (at anytime in the evening - not a race) they brought back the card to staff.

At the end of the event we simply had a drawing for several prizes (kids decided what prize drawing box they wanted to be in).

One of the prizes was a big stuffed Rudolph. Very popular prize.

This was easy and fun with a big crowd.

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