Monday, December 3, 2012

Who Kidnapped Santa?

 OH NO! Santa has been kidnapped and they need your help to find him and the trader elf that is responsible!

This is the story line behind the great new scavenger hunt Who Kidnapped Santa? The Great Christmas Caper  created by .
It offers all of the elements of a scavenger hunt, treasure hunt, and mystery to this wonderful game for your children and their friends.
And it is so easy to play!

All you have to do is first print out all the printable game pieces. Hide them in a designated game playing area. You the host then choose one suspect, one weapon, and one location card. Then secure them in the Solution envelope.  Break down your teams and give each team a check list that will include a picture and caption of all the key elements to helping them discover who kidnapped Santa, what they used to take him captive, and where he is being held.
Then you begin play by reading the letter that has been included in your game pack.

During the game players can trade and purchase other cards from another team. To purchase other items needed and respite cards, they will have to collect and find point cards. These point cards are used as money. But teams must be careful spending them, because at the end of the game, the team with the most points is rewarded.
Also included in the game is eight Uh-Ohh cards that you, yourself get to add funny situations to for the player to act out. These cards make it where the player must continue to act out the situation until a respite card is located, purchased, or traded by them or a team mate, so now imagine how funny it would be to have  your child hopping around on one foot and hiccuping at the same time. Just this thought alone is well worth purchasing this great holiday scavenger hunt for my children.
The first team to discover all three elements wins.

When you purchase this printable Christmas Scavenger Hunt Game for $14.99. You will receive all of these things in your ready to print PDF file:

Complete step-by-step set-up instructions. This includes everything you need to know to set up and play the game.
One game letter which is used to explain the concept and rules to the player.
6 suspect cards, 6 weapon cards, and 6 location cards. Each features full color, fun illustrations.
36 point cards featuring missing presents and pieces of Santa’s suit each with it’s own point worth listed on the card.
8 Uh-Ohh cards. Each with a unique situation that the players must react to.
4 Blank Uh-Ohh cards that you can edit yourself to include your own situation. (optional)
4 respite cards used to release players from Uh-ohh cards.
A 5x7 editable invitation ready for you to type in your party information and get the word out about your Christmas Scavenger Hunt.

So if you are looking for a game for your children to play, go and check out and purchase this Christmas Scavenger Hunt. I know that if your children are anything like mine they will have a great time playing.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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