In addition to the post on our Pin the Chi on Laval Game, we wanted to come up with one more game to occupy the kids with some good ole’ fashioned fun, and what better way to run off some energy than to plan a simple scavenger hunt?
I won’t even go into the supplies or give step-by-step instructions for this game. It’s so simple!
Copy, paste, and print several chi orbs. We made about 75 or so for 10-12 kids. Piano Man placed them around the house, and the kids went to town looking like a crazy Easter Egg Hunt. The easy ones were snatched up in seconds, but it took them a little longer to find the more hidden pieces.
It was adorable to watch them hunting and helping them find a piece here or there.
Just a word to the wise, if you plan on letting the birthday honoree hide the pieces, just make sure there are few more cleverly hidden pieces, lest ye be the one who accidently steps on a few or knocks them out of their original place.
Whew! This concludes all the Chima-related party ideas, games, costumes, decorations that I could think of for the last several weeks. If you missed some of the other posts, you can check them out by clicking on the links below:
How to Host a Legends of Chima Birthday Party
TUTORIAL: How to Make Chima Party Hats and Chi Necklaces
TUTORIAL: How to make LEGO Font Happy Birthday Banner/Cake Toppers
TUTORIAL: Pin the Chi on Laval Game with free printable poster and game pieces
It’s been a blast, but I am ready to share some personal stories/reflections from the last few months as well. Honestly, I am a bit nervous, but I hope you come back to read with an open mind and open heart.
Have a restful and enjoyable weekend with your friends, family, and loved ones this weekend.
From my hometown to yours,