Scavenger hunts are a great way to keep the kids entertained this Easter.
You could tie it into an Easter Egg Hunt, with an egg at each location, or just set it up with a hidden surprise at the very end.
I tried this one out on my two (aged 8 & 4) last week with our chunky Chocolate Lollipops as the final treat. The kids absolutely loved it and keep asking when they can do another one.
So, I thought I'd share it with you to bring out some smiles this Easter weekend!
Just click on the link below to download the pdf, cut out the clues and hide them around the house according to the riddles.
Let us know what you think, and if you manage to take any pics of the kids (or adults!) doing our Chocolate Scavenger Hunt, post them on your socials using #chocpizzaco!
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