The CDC released its COVID-19 Halloween guidelines this week, suggesting that parents hold an at-home scavenger hunt rather than trick-or-treating this year. We've rounded up some fun Halloween scavenger hunts that will make this year's holiday special. We suggest hiding a treat from our Halloween Candy Kit for each clue and using the free tote that comes with it to collect the candy.
This neighborhood Halloween scavenger hunt from Hey, Let's Make Stuff allows your kids to spot Halloween-themed items on neighbors' porches while still social distancing.
This Halloween treasure hunt from Party Delights has fun printable clue cards that guide your children on where to find the treats. It also comes with instructions on how to make the hunt easier or harder, depending on your kid's age.
This one from Play Party Plan also has printable clue cards as well as instructions on how to set up the scavenger hunt.
This one from Queen Of Themes includes a murder mystery party game. For those who want to go the extra mile,
this video breaks down how to hold an EPIC Halloween scavenger hunt.