This indoor scavenger hunt is a great rainy day activity to keep your kids engaged and away from the television.
The premise is simple. Hand your kids a list of scavenger hunt items like the one below and send them on their way.
Note: For younger kids you may have to read the clues for them and let them go searching for items one at a time. For older kids, let them loose with the list on their own.
For a home scavenger hunt that sends them from clue to clue progressively, check out this indoor hunt.
Remember to encourage fair play with your kids. Scavenger hunts can get competitive so encourage teamwork instead of competition so that you don't have chaos on your hands!
Remember to use this as a guide. Your kids might be too old for some of these activities or too young. This list is meant to get your creative juices flowing.
For more ideas, check out these scavenger hunt lists of items found around the house. Have fun watching your children go hunting!