St. Patrick’s Scavenger Hunt



Next Sunday why not wake your kids up with a fun St. Patrick’s Day Scavenger Hunt. I used craft foam and sticks to make special leprechaun clues along with Rolo candies and Ring Pops for the treasure. Below are the clues I came up with and want to share with you. Please feel free to use them, for family use only, and have fun with it!


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Try to find my treasure,
Look all around.
You’re best to start,
Where your toys are found.

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Clever child,
You’re on the right path.
Have you checked,
Where you take your bath?

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Splish, Splash!
Will you find me soon?
Be sure to look
Where we keep the spoons.

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Just one more place
For you to look.
Where would you go to  
Find a book!

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Comments

  1. Erin, this is a super cute idea! I like the clues. This idea made me miss when my kiddos were little!

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  2. How fun! My kids would love this. Thanks for the idea!

    -Erin @ DIY On the Cheap

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  3. I adore this idea! I always do a hunt for my kiddos on Easter morning. Generally on Saturday night I'm handwriting clues, etc. THIS YEAR I will start early and put some thought into it! Thank you so much for the great inspiration! Jules
    www.bles-id.blogspot.com

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  4. Love the scavenger hunt idea! I really think my 11 year olds would enjoy something like this.

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  5. OMG - Erin this is great! I can't wait to make this for Reed!

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  6. What a fun idea! You are one super cool mom! :D

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