If you are looking for something super cute and fun to do, you are going to love this free Valentine’s Day scavenger hunt. It was written with kids in mind, but I suppose you could have fun with your significant other too!
We love scavenger hunts here and we pretty much do one for every holiday!
- Halloween treasure hunt
- Thanksgiving Scavenger hunt
- Elf on the Shelf scavenger hunt
- Scavenger hunt for Christmas
- Escape Room Puzzle ideas are great for older kids!
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If you are looking for even more Valentine’s scavenger hunt printables Etsy has lots more!
The Easter bunny should certainly not be the only one that gets to have treasure hunts!!
I have purposely not numbered these Valentine’s scavenger hunt clues, as I don’t know the layout of your house! I have purchased some before with clue 1, clue 2, etc and the kids were running around the house like madmen! Now, not to say that is not an excellent way to make the treasure hunt go on for hours. But for younger children, this might not be what you are looking for!
These FREE Valentine’s Day scavenger hunt clues for kids are super easy to have fun with.
Valentine’s Day Scavenger Hunt
These 12 rhyming clues are perfect for younger or even older children. Especially if you don’t hide them in the obvious spots!
There isn’t really much else required to start with these FREE printables, well apart from a printer.
- Grab the free printable below (scroll to the end of this page, and subscribe for FULL ACCESS)
- Print out the clues – just make sure you print to either A4 or Letter and click on shrink to fit. I have tried so they should print on both sized paper.
- Paper or Card – the printables work better on cardstock (this is the one we use), however, normal printer paper will work perfectly.
- Scissors – to cut the clues, I have purposely kept the clues big, but of course, you can fold them if they need to fit in somewhere small.
- Get a pen (to remind you where you have put the clues and in what order)
- Most importantly the gift, however, as it is Valentine’s Day, you will already have plenty of candy! If you are looking for alternative gifts I will share our favorites later in the post.
Valentine Gift Ideas for Kids
Freddie has a severe peanut allergy so candy is always hard to find that has been produced in a nut-free facility. So we always prefer to find gifts that are NOT candy! Here are our favorite Valentine’s gifts for kids.
If you are looking for Valentine’s Day gifts for boys check out our latest post.
Do you homeschool? If so check out our educational holiday activities for the whole year, including Valentine’s Day.
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Last Updated on 18 November 2021 by homeschoolof1