Dad is Sure to be Happy When You Surprise Him With This

Have some fun this Father's Day! Remind dad why he's so important while pointing your kids back to Christ with this exciting and fun scavenger hunt.

Hi yall!

This is totally different from the posts you would normally find here, but in light of Father’s Day only a few days away, I wanted to offer yall a fun Father’s Day printable.

Have some fun this Father's Day! Remind dad why he's so important while pointing your kids back to Christ with this exciting and fun scavenger hunt.
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Get ready for a fun Father’s Day Scavenger Hunt, because who doesn’t love a good treasure hunt??

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The idea is easy, just print out the Father’s Day Scavenger Hunt PDF, cut out the clues, hide them, then let dad loose!

My suggestions:

In case you’ve never done a scavenger hunt, its pretty simple.  

When hiding your clues, keep them in order, so you don’t get confused.

The words in white will tell you where to hide the next clue.

Give the first card to dad to begin his treasure hunt.  Maybe put it on a tray as you serve him breakfast in bed?

clue #1 – hide it on the calendar when your first child was born

clue #2 – hide it in his favorite chair

clue #3 – hide it near a map or a globe

clue #4 – hide it on a cross

clue #5 – hide it somewhere in the kitchen

clue #6 – hide it in the first aid kit

clue #7 – hide it the cookie jar

clue #8 – hide it near the tv

clue #9 – hide it under the table

clue #10 – hide it under the couch

The last clue should lead to his gift.

**These cards are designed to let dad know how important he is to your family.**

**The bonus to your family is that each clue allows you to point your children back to Jesus**

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Print out your Father’s Day Scavenger Hunt PDF now!

I hope you all enjoy this Father’s Day and make it a special day for the dad’s in your life to remember

“Children are a heritage from the Lord, offspring a reward from him.  Like arrows in the hands of a warrior are children born in one’s youth.  Blessed is the man whose quiver is full of them.”

Psalm 127:3-5

Blessings and love,

Tiffany

I’m an Army wife, homeschooling mom of 6, and a beautifully flawed human being. I live a very messy but very authentic life, perfected daily by the Grace and Love of Jesus. I hope you’ll join my tribe as we grow together, encouraging one another to live authentically as empowered women, empowering other women.