Get this free printable Thanksgiving Scavenger Hunt to add a little fun to the holiday! Use this leading up to Thanksgiving, or as a way to help kids have fun at family gatherings and waiting for food!
Thanksgiving is one of our favorite holidays! We love all the food and focus on being thankful and spending time with friends and family!
We use all our normal frugal living tips to keep our Thanksgiving meal plan on a budget, like making our own DIY Thanksgiving decorations, printing out these cute free printable Thanksgiving coloring sheets for kids, or using things like this Thanksgiving Scavenger Hunt you can print at home.
Scavenger Hunt Ideas for Thanksgiving
Use these scavenger hunt ideas for Thanksgiving this year:
- Home Tour. Drive around decorated neighborhoods and mark off items as you see them.
- Movie Night. Find some holiday movies and have kids watch to see who can complete their scavenger hunt checklist first!
- Grocery Shopping. Take this printable Thanksgiving scavenger hunt with you to the grocery store and let kids mark off items as they see them in the store.
- Thanksgiving Meal. While waiting for food to cook, use this as a way to keep kids busy and having fun for a few minutes.
Printable Thanksgiving Scavenger Hunt for Kids
Print out your free Thanksgiving scavenger hunt sheet on regular paper. When it prints, it will look like the picture below.
Choose how you plan to use the scavenger hunt, and then give one to kids with a writing utensil. Have kids make a checkmark in the box next to the item on the list as they find them.
Even kids who are too young to read, or who may struggle with reading, will have an easy time doing this thanks to the cute pictures next to each item on the list!
The fun thing about this cute kid’s Thanksgiving activity is that you can do it again and again, and it’s still fun! Make several copies and keep them in the car for the month of November and use them as needed!
How will you use your free Thanksgiving scavenger hunt printable? My kids can’t wait to do this one when fall and Thanksgiving decorations start popping up around our neighborhood this year!
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