- Make sure the kids aren't looking. I asked my kids to wait in their room. AND made sure the door was closed :)
- Go around the house (inside and out) and take pictures of things or places you want them to find. Take close up pictures so it's not so obvious.
- Put a token / reward at those places so they know they've "found the treasure". You know, like Easter the kids would find an Easter egg. I just drew some stars on pieces of paper and that was what they had to find.
My kids enjoyed it. I gave my older girl a chance to take the lead by handing over the camera to her. Her clues were even tougher than mine coz' most of them were blurr :D
Well, I hope you try out this activity.. It is especially good for restless kids. Tell me how it goes.
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