One of my favorite all time kids party games is the scavenger hunt. Actually, it’s one of my family’s go to party activities. From the traditional treasure hunt to a list of things to find on our hike, we all love the challenge of searching for hidden (or not so hidden) things.
As it is well documented around here, we love scavenger hunts. They are one of our favorite family activities and party games. Over the years, we’ve done lots of different kinds of scavenger hunts. One of the best ones, though, is the nature scavenger hunt. I love this type of scavenger hunt because there isn’t any set up for me.
One of my favorite things to do at Thanksgiving is play games together. I love the interactions between guests and the memories that are created. At one of the first Thanksgiving feasts that I hosted, all of the adults (this was way before children) played a rollicking game of Cranium.
The beach. Oh, how I love to visit the beach. Sand between my toes (and sandwich). Jumping in the waves. And building decorative sand castles that you hope won’t get washed away. But know they will. Eventually.
We had an exciting addition to our holiday season this year – an Elf on the Shelf (affiliate). I know. I hear the groans and squeals of glee.
One of our favorite holiday traditions is going to see Christmas lights. We’ve been doing this for years – way before even thinking about having kids. We would bundle in the car after a romantic dinner and drive around neighborhoods in Northern Virginia searching for lights.