Hide the 7 clues along the treasure trail. All of the clues are ordinary places which each home/yard has. Each clue has a fun clever poem on it. The kids love listening or reading the clues and figuring out the next stop on the treasure hunt. At the end of the hunt, hide the “pot of gold” containing treats with the treat topper note.
Since I teach preschool to the most adorable 4 & 5 year olds, holidays are always so much fun. This year for St. Patrick’s day, we will be celebrating with a “green” lunch (I plan on sharing this week), and of course we have to go on a Leprechaun Treasure hunt! I bought Rolos, Skittles & green beaded necklaces to use for our “Treasure.” I designed a rainbow tag treat topper that says “You are my Pot of Gold at the End of a Rainbow.”
My kiddos LOVE a good treasure hunt, so I made a “LUCKY” treasure hunt to share today…with 8 “generic” clues so that you can use it at home with your little ones. I also included 2 blank circles, if you choose to write your own clues:)
You can purchase this hunt and treat topper sheet and 15 other fun printables for St. Patricks Day: