Photo Scavenger Hunts & Riddle Clues - Some Activities and Ideas
Make a Photo Scavenger Hunt more interesting!
A normal photo scavenger hunt would be played by giving out photo challenges. However, this is not the only way to play a photo scavenger hunt. Riddles, can often be used in a traditional scavenger hunt, or to make a photo scavenger hunt even more of a challenge.
If you are not good at writing riddles, then many websites are available to download riddles from. Whether you want riddles or normal clues, there will be a website that provides it, many of which offer themed scavenger hunts (pirates, beach, zoo etc). The hunts you create or download can then be combined with additional challenges. These can range from simple additions, like 'pose in a different emotion with each object', to harder challenges like 'capture a different animal or insect in every object photo'. I personally believe that photo hunts should also have the rule that a team member must be in the photos taken, as this prevents teams from cheating and using online photographs.
Bringing back traditional scavenger hunts, but with a wee twist! Rhyming riddle hunts get everyone thinking ... and photo scavenger hunts create great souvenirs!
Just because the main part of a photo scavenger hunt is the photo, you can also add crazy additions to this. You can throw in dares, challenges or obstacle courses that must be completed between each clue. Of course, for dares, photographic evidence of the dare should also be demanded (remember, these are also time stamped, to stop half the team finishing all the dares before the photos are taken!). For a pretty detailed (and free) list of scavenger hunt ideas, just click the blue link.
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