Looking for a fun way to celebrate the holidays? Start a new family tradition this year with a Christmas Lights Scavenger Hunt.
When I was growing up, we would always spend one night driving around looking at Christmas lights. Now that I have kids, it’s one of their favorite things to do. Every year, we head out into the country in the old front-wheel drive sleigh to embrace that frosty majesty of the winter landscape that’s called North Carolina in winter. I make sure to bring this Christmas lights scavenger hunt printable with us and we check off as many boxes as we can.
Over the years, the kids have asked for more and more to be added to the list. They know all the lights in the neighborhoods by heart “let’s go to the one with the blue and white lights on the house and the Snoopy out front and the Grinch in the window. You know how to get there right, Mom?” Um, yeah sure. We love going to the “standards”…the neighborhoods that we always go to. But each year we also try to go to a new neighborhood.
Whatever types of lights your kids like, there are plenty on Christmas lights scavenger hunt list to cover all the bases. So print out a few, fill up a thermos of hot cocoa, top it with a big dollop of whipped cream and a candy cane or Christmas cookie and get your scavenger hunt on!
HOW TO USE THE CHRISTMAS LIGHTS SCAVENGER HUNT PRINTABLE
You can access the Christmas Lights Scavenger Hunt printable in the resource library, available to my email subscribers. Please note that this printable is for personal use only. You may not sell or redistribute it.
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Kathy Pilarski says
I love seeing all of your awesome work! My daughter and I love crafting and trying new things, and she is getting more and more into digital artwork too! We love to support fellow 110 Alums to boot! 🙂
Thanks for sharing your creativity and knowledge!