Sometimes all you need is a piece of paper and pen for a few hours of fun. We collaborated with illustrator Vania Wat to create these (exclusive to Red Tricycle) colorful scavenger hunt printables for kids big and small. Forget I Spy and make every on-the-go adventure exciting with our custom scavenger hunts. Download all five here, or scroll down for individual downloads.
Photo by Craig Zingerline
Car rides can either be the best (nap time) or worst (tantrum) part of the journey. So make that ride 100% foolproof for attentive fun with our printable “In the Car” scavenger hunt. Keep your kid looking out the window and engaging the world around him. Download the guide to all your four wheeled adventures here.
This might be the time to have your little lost and found expert dig up that missing sock or the constantly disappearing (and reappearing) LEGO blocks. Save the “At Home” printable to your computer with just one click! We suggest leaving the ice-cream to the end as a winner’s reward.
What kiddo doesn’t love shopping and zipping up and down the grocery aisles? Print out this “At the Grocery Store” sheet to keep your eager shopper close by. Hey, this might even be your go-to shopping list! Right-click this link and save as to get the file.
When mom and dad need a break to soak up the sun, hand your eager castle builder this beach sheet. We designed it so that she or he can spot everything without wandering too far. Get started on the beach digging with check off list here. Pro-tip: Slip the check off list into a plastic sleeve to avoid it from getting wet and stained.
Print off this active list and play at the park with your eyes! Climbers young and old can search for these items together like the perfect green leaf or the elusive water fountain (which always seem to be at the opposite end of the park). Get your park hunt on with our list here!
— Christal Yuen