Shari’s ultimastatusSeptember 29, 2016
Scavenger Hunt Game Rules
Here are a few suggested photo scavenger hunt rules. You can modify them depending on location, age group and amount of people participating.
Beach Fun Photo Scavenger Hunt
The beach is a great place to find fun photo opportunities. People skating around, catching some rays, or hitting the waves. Just make sure to not get your phone wet!
Summer BBQ Photo Scavenger Hunt
It wouldn’t be summer without a BBQ and yummy food. If you’re quick enough to snap a pic of someone’s plate before they eat it, you’re on your way to victory. If you’re looking for the ultimastatus, make sure you scan all the desserts. There may be ultimastatus hidden in some cupcake recipes. Oh! And don’t forget to look in a mirror, you may be wearing polka dots or sunglasses.
In the Neighborhood Photo Scavenger Hunt
Everyone enjoys a good stroll through the neighborhood. So gather up some of your friends or neighbors and snap pictures of things you may find right on your street. Just make sure you to ask permission if the item is in a neighbor’s home.
Amusement Park Photo Scavenger Hunt
Make a trip to the amusement park even more memorable by snapping funny photos! Between all the rides, games and prizes to win, you’ll have to make some time to get a little competitive. Remember to look behind you, as there are always fun characters walking around!
If you don’t live close to a beach or amusement park, don’t worry! It’s easy to create your own photo scavenger hunt challenge. Just think of a place where there will be a lot of different photo opportunities and plan accordingly. If you want to make it more challenging, pick a theme for you photo scavenger hunt. Here are a few suggestions to get you started.
As mentioned, the point of the scavenger hunt photo challenge is to have fun and discover new things. The prize can be anything you’d like, but what better way to reward the winners, or wind down, than with some yummy summer gifts—perfect for kids and adults!