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Christmas Scavenger Hunt Clues – More Family Tradition Fun!

Christmas season is the perfect time to create memories and begin lasting family traditions. One tradition from my own childhood which I mentioned before is a Christmas Scavenger Hunt. My daughters now love following the scavenger hunt clues, and my husband still creates a hunt for me to enjoy as well! Enjoy using these Christmas scavenger hunt clues to hide your kids’ gifts and create new lasting family memories and traditions!

Ready for fun on Christmas morning? Start a new family tradition by hiding a gift and giving your kids a Christmas Scavenger hunt clues! Fun for all! StuffedSuitcase.com

A brief little info on how to use the clues:

Wrapped Gift = Clue #1 — directs them to kitchen (bowl)
Bowl = Clue #2 — directs them to tv
TV = Clue #3 — directs them to gloves
Gloves = Clue #4 — directs them to book
Book = Clue #5 — directs them to dryer
Dryer = GIFT!

This is just a sample hunt. You can use as few or as many of the clues as you want. Just make sure your final clue leads to a location that can hold the gift! You can then wrap the gift if you want or let them find it unwrapped. I’m also including the blank templates so you can write your own clues if wanted.

Christmas Scavenger Hunt Clues for leading your kids on a fun hunt for their gift(s) on Christmas morning. StuffedSuitcase.com

Christmas Scavenger Hunt Santa Clues Page 1 of 2

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Christmas Scavenger Hunt Santa Clues Blank

Fun clues to lead your kids on a Christmas Scavenger Hunt on Christmas morning as they search for their gifts. Great family tradition! StuffedSuitcase.com

Christmas Scavenger Hunt Clues Winter Page 1 of 2

Christmas Scavenger Hunt Clues Winter Page 2 of 2

Christmas Scavenger Hunt Clues Winter Blank

Be sure to check out my original Christmas Scavenger Hunt post for even more clues. And you might enjoy trying our new number mystery gift opening tradition as well!

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New 2015 Christmas Scavenger Hunt Riddles

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Christmas Scavenger Hunt Riddles

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Shauna

Sunday 22nd of November 2020

I'm so glad I found this post this year! With the lockdown, and both of my kids now being teenagers (and really not wanting anything except gift cards), I've been trying to find creative ways to give them their gifts. I'm going to set up a scavenger hunt for each of them, and am so looking forward to it. Thank you for the great idea and the downloadable cards!! : )

Kimberly

Monday 23rd of November 2020

That's great, Shauna! I hope they enjoy it. My teens still love it every year!

Kitt

Sunday 9th of December 2018

Don’t mean to be a Debbie downer but a scavenger hunt means you have to find certain things on a list at neighbors homes or businesses and bring them all back to the starting place. To see if you have them all and they are right. The one she does here is a treasure hunt. Both would be fun to do at Christmas for sure! Have fun everyone!

Kimberly

Tuesday 11th of December 2018

My family always called it a scavenger hunt. I think people have different terms for different things. Thanks for your input!

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Wednesday 25th of October 2017

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Jana

Thursday 24th of December 2015

THANK YOU.... these were just what I needed today!! May you have a Blessed and Peaceful Christmas and be surrounded by Love.

Kimberly

Monday 28th of December 2015

Thank you so much Jana! I'm happy they brought your family joy. Blessings to you as well!

Moms Don't Sleep

Thursday 3rd of December 2015

I love this idea! I shared it on my blog http:/momsdontsleep.com/2015/12/02/holiday-traditions-to-start-with-your-kids/

Kimberly

Thursday 3rd of December 2015

Thanks so much! I'm happy you liked the post. I'd love if you made the link words read Christmas Scavenger Hunt if possible! Helps me in google's eyes :).