On a trip down to Charleston for Christmas shopping on King St., my wife and I came up with a list, as the 5 kids watched videos in the back. We went to a restaurant for lunch, and announced the game - the kids were not at all excited about what we proposed, but went along with it. They had 1 hour, $5, (two teams) and they had to stay within certain boundaries, - we met at the record store where the winning team would pick out their own prize(s). - Well, it was a hit, the kids loved it, and we got an hour to shop alone. T The shoppers were all very friendly and helpful. The kids were so excited about it, they wanted to bring friends in 2006. We took the best from the 2005 list, added some more goodies, added a "photo bonus", (for our records) and had some interesting calls coming in - We hope to make this a family tradition and move it to other cities as well. - Enjoy.
Note: You can see the "list" in the photo.
Christmas Scavenger Hunt December 16, 2006 - Charleston, SC
Lipstick impression of a person you've never met within circle on the bag
A Chinese or Japanese 9
A camel drawn by a waitress
The least favorite food of a female store clerk ________________
Flower with petal
South Carolina quarter
Any store receipt of $10 or more
Have a Christmas shopper take a photo of the team, while team sings Jingle bells
A male store clerks favorite Christmas gift of all time ___________
Picture of a Christmas shopper singing a Christmas song of his/her choice. Name of Song _________________ Signature ____________
Tea bag string
A warning label
Signature of a 5 year old
A fortune cookie
A musical note
A Christmas shopping list
Names of all eight reindeer filled in by at least two brothers.
A policeman's or fireman's license number
The number 007
A Christmas bell
A business card - the owner guesses and writes the names of each team member on the back.
Something size medium
A Hershey kiss flag
A bazooka comic
Something plastic and square
A birthday card
A suggestion for next years list from a shopper
A breath mint
A price tag
2 points - Convince a shopper wearing Christmas colors to call 803-XXX-XXXX and sing Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.
By only saying the following 10 words... Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house...
1 point for getting a shopper to say, "not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse" (with signature). 2 points for any further completed verses. 4 points for a complete reciting of the poem. NO OTHER WORDS CAN BE USED until after they stop. Only three attempts total can be made at this.
4 point bonus to record all items in photos as they are collected.
... this is the first year's list (2005). We kept the best items in 2006 and added some more.
Scavenger Hunt- December 17, 2005
Candy Wrapper Pinecone Bow Hair from Horse tail Lipstick Impression (stranger) Signature from a 15 yr old Button Nut Teabag Flag Something living Aspirin or cough drop Toilet Paper Chinese letter(s) A warning label Something historical Cartoon Plastic clip Matches Band-Aid Toenail Name of store clerks favorite pet Fortune Cookie Name of store clerks first boyfriend/girlfriend Key Fish Food Marble Bottle cap Musical Notes Green pen Christmas on paper Star Santa Flower A Christmas shopping list from stranger Feather Piece of tape French fry Pickle Shiny Penny A straw Rainbow A police officers badge number Ice cube Braille rub Receipt more that 10 dollars Tinsel Mistletoe The number 4 Sing a carol to a stranger Bell Yellow Magnet Business card - the owner guesses your name and writes it on the back of the card Toothpick Cotton ball Seashell Diaper
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