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These printable notes on the Christmas look are the perfect start to the festivities this year. Just print out the notes for the scavenger hunt for Christmas and hide them in your entire house. Then let your loved ones follow the clues to a gift or a surprise in the end! Treasure hunt should not only be for the Easter bunny, why not at Christmas time. I mean, who would not love a Christmas gift treasure hunt from Santa or the Elven on the shelf?
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Treasure hunt hints
These 12 clues to the treasure hunt are all inspired by the most popular Christmas carols. If you or your children read it, I hope you have a little song as well !!
Christmas treasure hunt notes
If you just want to start a treasure hunt with puzzles, you really do not need much.
- Printable clues to the Christmas treasure hunt (see below in this post)
- Pen and paper (to remember where you put the hints !!)
- Gift for the end of the treasure hunt
How to set up the Christmas treasure hunt
Setting up the Christmas treasure hunt is easy. Just follow the instructions below for a quick setup!
- Print the hints for the treasure hunt (see the free prints below). I recommend printing white cards to increase the life of the cards, and then you can keep them for years. Although they work just as well on paper.
- Cut out the hints. I purposely did not number them so you can do what's best for your home.
- Get a piece of paper and answer the clues from the 12 treasure hunt clues. Then organize it so that the clues are all in different rooms. Write the number on the back of each note so you will not get confused if you hide the hints.
- Hide all hints and remember to place a gift or reward after the last clue.
This is how the Christmas Scavenger Hunt works
Once the hints for the treasure hunt have been set, it's even easier to end the scavenger hunt!
Just give the kids the first treasure map and let them follow the clues to the end.
If you do this with several children, there are two fun options:
- Divide them into teams, and the first team ensures that they are back where they were found after reading the clues. (However, it's always best to check for it.) And you have time to see which team completed it first.
- All the kids go around together and they take turns to find out where the next clue is.
Print out the Christmas Treasure Hunt Notes
If you liked it, look at the other one Christmas scavenger hunts Here.
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