The kids will love doing this fun Valentine's Day Scavenger Hunt with all the clues leading up to a sweet treat bucket at the end!
Valentine's Day Scavenger Hunt for Kids
Looking for a cute Scavenger hunt for the kids for Valentine's Day? We've got you covered!
This clue-filled game will keep the kids excitedly hunting for the next hiding place – and make them feel a little extra loved when they reach the sweet prize at the end. (Hint: It's a Dollar Tree Valentine Basket of goodies!)
All you need for this treasure hunt are a few treats, and the printable clues. Sign up below to get this free printable in your inbox right away!
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Download your FREE Valentine's Day Treasure Hunt now!
I won't send you any spam, ever. Promise.
Printable Scavenger Hunt Clues
First, to easily print the 12 clues for this Valentine Scavenger Hunt enter your email in the form above and I'll send them right to you.
Next, you can cut and print on the dotted lines and hide all the clues in their designated spots around the house. We've provided the hiding places under each clue so you don't have to guess 😉
The starter clue is the only exception – that one you can deliver however you like!
See the starter clue below:
One fun idea might be to tape the starter clue under one of the kids' chairs. Then announce after lunch that there's something fun taped under one of their chairs. (Make it the chair of one of the kids who's old enough to read). Then when they find it – the hunt can begin!
To make the clues extra easy to spot (helpful with very little ones) – you might want to tape it to a construction paper heart like my friend Ashley did with her kids 🙂
How To Do A Scavenger Hunt for Kids of Different Ages
If you have a group of kiddos – instruct the bigger kids to help with the reading, while the littler do most of the finding. Most of these clues are geared towards younger kids.
After your kids have found all the clues – have a sweet little treat waiting in a hidden spot.
This is one way to liven up Valentine's Day for the kids, especially since many families are quarantining again and kids are home doing virtual school in some areas as well.
Grandparents missing the kids?
If your kids grandparents normally send a little treat – let them in on the fun! Let your kids grandparents know that they can send a little treat to be the treasure at the end of the hunt. It will make them feel part of the fun – and you could even video chat to include them on the hunt 🙂
More Valentine's Activities for Kids:
Chocolate Fondue Bar (this was so fun!)
Words of Affirmation Door Initial (I've been doing this one for years!)
Let them help you make this cute Candygram Card for Valentine's Day
Get Free Donuts and More – check our list of all the Valentine's Day Deals this Year! (We will be updating this for 2022 as deals are announced)
Looking for some Valentine Crafts for Kids?
What do you do to make your kids feel special on Valentine's Day? We'd love to hear from you in the comments!