Looking for something fun to do with your kids leading up to the holidays? Download this free Christmas decoration scavenger hunt printable, then head out to explore! You might bundle up and walk around your neighborhood, or maybe your family hops in the car in their PJs with a thermos of hot chocolate. Either way, this is sure to be a great time!
How to do a scavenger hunt
If you’ve never done a scavenger hunt before, it’s pretty simple – just find as many items as you can from the list! You could challenge your family members and see who can spot the most items each, or work together as a team to find as many as possible.
In this version that I made, there are two pages, so feel free to do one or both. I personally think the first page is a little “easier” than the second page – or at least that was my experience with my kiddo.
Download the printable
Click to download your free Christmas scavenger hunt printable. It’s saved in PDF form. You can print it out and check off the boxes as you find the items on the list.
*Note – this printable is for personal use only; not to be reproduced on other websites.
If you’d prefer to save the printer ink or need a plain-text version for accessibility, you can find the list below – feel free to save this link or screenshot it on your phone.
- Christmas tree
- Joy sign
- Candle in a window
- Candy cane
- Gingerbread man
- North pole sign
- Christmas lights
I hope this is fun for your family as you celebrate Christmas! If you’re local, don’t hesitate to check out our post on the best holiday activities in Central Massachusetts for more festive inspiration. And if you need more at-home inspiration, be sure to check out our Christmas movie bucket list.
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