Easter Photo Scavenger Hunt for Teens (free printable)
If your children are too old for a good old-fashioned Easter egg hunt, download our fun Easter photo scavenger hunt instead.
I don’t care how old the kids are, everyone loves a scavenger hunt. This photo scavenger hunt is great for teenagers who feel they are too old for a garden Easter egg hunt!
Everyone can have fun this Easter. With this modern twist on an old family, it is a great way that kids will feel more independent, but creative at the same time.
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Easter Scavenger Hunt for Teens
I recommend getting the kids together and letting them get out and about for a walk.
Get all the kids together, the more the merrier, and create teams of at least 2 kids in each.
Make sure each team has at least one cell phone, I’m sure that won’t be a problem!
I prefer them to use a cell phone so you can track where they are, especially with younger kids.
But of course, if they have an actual camera or even a polaroid camera that would work great too.
Go over the rules, which are super simple:
- Stay in your group
- Take a photo of all of the items
- Return home
- No more than 1 hour (get them to set a timer on their cell phone)
- Have FUN!
If you have a mix of ages it might be sensible to add an older one to each of the groups.
Also depending on the age of the groups, you might want to set boundaries in your neighborhood where they can go.
I recommend using a clipboard with storage that can hold the pens, and the cellphones if they don’t have pockets.
Photos to Take on the Scavenger Hunt
There are 20 Easter-themed photos that need to be taken before the kids race home for their prize.
- Easter decoration
- Easter book
- Easter basket
- Easter bunny
- Something green
- Easter eggs
- Jelly beans
- Chocolate bunny
- Kids hunting eggs
- Someone wearing an Easter costume
- The word Easter
- Easter bonnet
- Something yellow
- Something pink
Younger kids can go on the walk too but use our free neighborhood scavenger hunt.
Before you start you need to agree on who the winner will be.
- Will it be the quickest to return? Or
- The most imaginative photos?
You can give the teenagers candy when they return, I mean who doesn’t love candy at Easter? Or you could give them:
- Gift vouchers (iTunes, Amazon, or Target are pretty generic and will work for most kids)
- A fun card game for teenagers one of our favorites is Muffin Time.
- Phone pop sockets
Why not treat the kids to an Easter escape room when they get back home too?
Other free photo scavenger hunt printables
Download the free Easter photo scavenger hunt printable
Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our free printables work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)
Last Updated on 11 March 2023 by homeschoolof1