Superheroes and supervillians are having a moment in the world of kids pop culture…and I couldn’t be happier! I modelled this scavenger hunt after the popular Pokemon Hunt that we ran in the summer. Kids can pick up the hunt sheet from the desk with the silhouettes and “secret identity” of each hero. They follow the location clue, and cross the silhouette off when they find the hero. When they’ve found them all they submit their sheet for a draw. It keeps kids entertained while teaching them where your collections are kept, and introducing them to a bit of superhero trivia!
This scavenger hunt ran for the one week duration of March Break. We had over 250 entries and gave away fourteen 3D printed superhero prizes.
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