Creative writing treasure hunt


 · A good treasure hunt needs good clues. Clues should not be too tough to solve, nor should they be so simple they offer no challenge. Also, when writing your treasure hunt clues, consider the ages of the searchers. Complex riddles or enigmatic clues will confuse small children.

Treasure Hunt- writing creative clues. I always wanted to make a Treasure Hunt, but I never really new how to write the clues. I was browsing for ideas and I found some ideas that I would like to share with you: Ideas. 1: Puzzle. You can get images or photos of the location the kids would have to go.

Think up clue ideas for a treasure hunt several weeks before the actual party. Writing themed clues, making audio CDs or finding picture clues can take more time that originally planned. The best activities for kids are ones that keep them interested and involved until the activity ends. Creative clues do just that in a treasure hunt.


 · Incorporate props into the treasure hunts and clues. A lot of our treasure hunts and clues incorporate puzzles on paper. But, don’t forget to throw in some props as well. People love to play with “stuff.” For instance, a puzzle on paper may find teams having to read letters on a page backwards instead of forwards.

Treasure Chest - Story Starters (Adventure) This Treasure Chest story starter is a creative writing prompt for kids who love to write Adventure stories. Story Starters are creative writing prompts to help kids develop their creative writing skills. Creative writing focuses on self-expression and teaches kids the basic rules of language.

A differentiated treasure hunt looking at writing and simplifying ratios. Choice of red, amber or green hunt, red is the easiest and green is the most challenging. Red - learners must write the ratio from a picture. Amber - learners simplify 2 part ratios. Green - learners simplify 3 part ratios.


 · Picture clues require no creative writing. Simply take a picture of where you hide the clue and give the picture to participants. To make the hunt more challenging, focus on only one element of the clue's location. If you hide a clue behind a sofa pillow, for …

It made me want to have a treasure hunt. It sounds like fun. I'll organize one for my relatives. Rachel Leidemann - Nov 12, 2008 12:10 PM. Great Ideas! I always make scavenger hunts for my kids for their Christmas presents. They look forward to it every year.


 · If you're planning a treasure hunt or scavenger hunt, this article lists the best types of clues to use. Learn which clues work well for kids and which are better for adults. This activity is perfect for birthday parties, team-building events, scouting events, or just some fun at home.