A scavenger hunt or scavenger hunting is like a party game in which the organizers prepare a list defining specific items, which the participants seek to gather or complete all items on the list. Usually, participants work in small teams, although the rules may allow individuals to participate.
For the sake of creativity in teaching use something old and keep it new. Scavenger hunting is an excellent way to teach. Not only will your students be able to learn something new but, enjoy the time doing so. During the years of teaching, I would look for alternative ways to teach valuable lessons. Some were not so fun but imperative. When the opportunity came that the experience could be fun, I took full advantage of the opportunity. Although, maybe you’re looking for entertainment. If so, a scavenger hunt is a great way to do so whether your guests are young or adults people get a kick out of something of an adventure. Putting together a theme is easy.
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The last party I attended was at Christmas, and we made hard candy. I’ve remembered this for years isn’t getting together and making memories that last a life time what it’s all about? I haven’t had a better hostess than my one friend that made every party something to remember. From birthday party playing twister and disco for 21st to Halloween contest carving and costumes. These are memories cherished.
Scavenger Hunts for use with Education, Corporate, and Kids:
The benefits of scavenger hunting are:
– Perfect for relationship-builder,
– An active way to get to know a topic,
– City, resort, or backyard.
A theme from science, math, history is used in all sorts of settings.
Great way to
– build skills
– time management
– decision making
– team work
Scavenger Hunts are used
1. on the Internet
2. in a car
3. while traveling in other countries
4. school competitions
6. corporate use
7. or with films