Scavenger Hunt Game: The Great Teen Escape - Instant Download

Scavenger Hunt Game: The Great Teen Escape  - Instant Download


A hilarious teen scavenger hunt party for a minimum of 8 guests - no maximum amount of guest - woo hoo! Ages: ~10~16. Get REAL! You must be the talk of your school and host the Great Teen Escape Scavenger Hunt Party!

This teen scavenger hunt party is an awesome challenge that allows you and your friends to compete in an ultimate race against time. The party will be a GREAT success for any occasion as long as you and your guests relax, focus on strategy and take some fun picture proofs to provide lifelong memories.

GAME DESIGN:When your friends arrive at your house, they will draw for scavenger hunt teams using the team selection squares in the party pack. Then, the scavenger hunt teams will select leaders (i.e. a captain, a navigator, a driver, a camera operator, and a safety manager) and then they will navigate their way in their own cars (or via parental drivers) about the town to complete a list of hilarious scavenger hunt tasks. The team who makes it back to home base (the host's party location) with the most successfully completed photo scavenger hunt tasks verified by 'picture proofs'...wins!

If you seriously want to host a scavenger hunt party that everyone will adore you for...this scavenger hunt party is for YOU!
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The instantly downloadable kit for this teen great escape scavenger hunt party game includes:
Complete game instructions for the host!
Team Rule Summary Sheets
Team Selection Squares
Team Task Sheets for 5 or more teams (30 tasks)
Final Judging Sheet
Here are a few examples of the scavenger hunt party tasks:
EXAMPLE TASK Go to any fast food restaurant and purchase a small order of French fries. Spell out the following word with the fries on the table: DISCOVERY. The picture proof is of the French fry word and 2 of the team member's faces looking like they just discovered something.

EXAMPLE TASK Bowl a 6 or better with a blue bowling ball. The picture proof is of the ball knocking down at least 6 pins. It is acceptable to take a picture proof of someone not on your team bowling - just make sure they don't mind.

EXAMPLE TASK Locate anyone - not on your team - with an animal's picture on their clothing. Take a picture proof of 2 team members with this person. For this task to count as TWO successful tasks the bystander wearing the animal print clothing has to pose like the animal's picture that they are wearing for the picture proof and the team members posing with this person must look frightened.

Can you imagine that? Hysterical! And these are only three of the thirty fun tasks you will find in the game kit!