Ice Cream Sundae End-of-the-School-Year Scavenger Hunt

Ice Cream Sundae End of School Year Scavenger Hunt We are inching closer and closer to my little ones last day of school. Artwork folders are coming home, they are bit by bit cleaning out their desks and classrooms and sending the kids home with their decorated name tags and colorful locker swag. Every year on the last day of school we like to do something fun to say ‘goodbye to school’ and ‘hello to summer’. Usually I make a humongous banner for them to run through and we spray my little graduates with silly string and celebrate a year of learning and growing. A trip to their favorite ice cream shop is usually in the books as is dinner of their choice. This year I thought I would add into the mayhem a scavenger hunt…of the ice cream sort!
Ice Cream Sundae End of School Year Scavenger Hunt I created this fun little scavenger hunt using scrapbook paper in all the colors of the rainbow cause what says “hello summer” better than rainbowtized clues? The clues will start at the front door and each clue there after will lead them closer and closer to a ‘Treasure Box” filled with all the goodies necessary to make ice cream sundaes!
Ice Cream Sundae End of School Year Scavenger HuntIce Cream Sundae End of School Year Scavenger HuntI also include a few confetti shooters so they could really celebrate the end of the school year.

Pop! Pop! Pop!

Yeehaw!Ice Cream Sundae End of School Year Scavenger HuntI think this scavenger hunt would be so much fun to do anytime during summer really cause we all cringe when we start hearing “I’m bored” am I right?

I hope this post inspires you to create some fun with your kids! Thanks for stopping by today!

Love,

Maggie

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    1. Bridget says

      Maggie – Thank you so much for sharing this fun idea! I put together a scavenger hunt for all of our cul-de-sac kids on the last day of school (yesterday) and it was a HUGE hit! One of the little girls even asked if she could keep one of the paper “clues” because she wants to remember to do this for her kids when she is a mom :)

      • says

        Aww Bridget! This is why I blog! I love to hear this so much!!! I’m so happy that this was a hit with everyone and a memory maker!! <3 Thank you so much for sharing!!!
        Love,
        Maggie

        • Bridget says

          You’re welcome – thank YOU again! We did the ice cream sundaes at the end, too. It may just become an annual tradition :)

        • Bridget says

          You’re welcome – thank YOU again! We did the ice cream sundaes at the end, too. It may just become an annual tradition :) Wishing you a very happy summer!

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