24 Days of Christmas Countdown Treasure Hunt | Printable Advent Treasure Hunt
Warm up the cocoa and turn on the Christmas tree lights 🎄! It's time to start a fun daily Christmas treasure hunt (24 Days of clues).
Let our 24 Christmas treasure hunts | scavenger hunts get kids excited to find a new Christmas treasure each morning. Our elf treasure hunt game has 24 days of treasure hunt fun!
◆ Ages: Kids ages 6-12
◆ GamePlay: 6-12 minutes (each day for a total of 12 days)
◆ Up to 4 players
◆ PDF Printable Game (Access to download immediately after purchase)
◆ Optional: use with the Christmas Elf Toy
The 24 Days of Christmas Treasure Hunt has 24 daily puzzles to solve to get a prize.
🎄 12 Printable Prize Cards Included (prizes don't need to be expensive)!
💡 Get kids thinking, having fun, and moving with this fun treasure hunt.
- where you keep the rice
- under a bed
- beneath a pillow
- near a couch
- in a drawer
- inside a closet
- on a shelf
- inside a sock
- with the forks
- keep food cold
You can play with more players, however, we recommend printing out enough clues so that every player gets a clue to solve.
My grandkids enjoyed solving the puzzles and then look for the small gifts. I was able to divide the puzzles for my 4 grandchildren. The were thrilled to be on their own.
I absolutely love these. I used to put way too much thought into my nightly elf escapades, but now with these, it’s so easy, and my son (7 yo) absolutely loves solving the puzzles to get his prize. Sometimes the elf is even the hidden item, so you don’t even need a prize. It’s been great and please please please with a cherry on top come up with another set of them for next year? I have a kid that will remember these puzzles so I won’t be able to reuse! Again, THANK YOU for making this part of the holiday chaos so much easier.
We bought this for our son's birthday party. We haven't done the party yet, but have used it to get our daughter to clean her room. She does one cleaning task and earns a lock task.
My grandson loves these. Worth every penny. I spread the sheets over the 3 days he was with us and by hiding the next clue, instead of a treat, it kept him occupied for much longer. (Along the lines of the Pirate treasure hunt.)
My daughters, 5 and 6, have had a blast doing the math activities each morning and finding little treasures or coupons. This is way more fun than their usual advent calendars!