Valentine’s Day is usually busy with class parties, but this year will be different. We now homeschool, so we’ll have a little Valentine’s Day Treasure Hunt for the kids.
My kids just love a fun treasure hunt. I’ve posted quite a few treasure and scavenger hunts over the years. I think we have almost every holiday covered now.
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How do you make a Valentine Treasure Hunt?
You’ll need to download, print, and cut out the clues for the Valentine’s Day Treasure Hunt. The final two clues, you will glue back to back.
You’ll also need some type of “treasure.” I usually make a little prize pack with some Valentine’s Day themed candy or popcorn. Scroll down for some more ideas!
Follow the instructions in the treasure hunt to hide clues to go along with the riddles.
Just before they get to the final clue, have someone covertly place their treasures on the counter somewhere in the kitchen.
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More Valentine’s Day Fun
- Kids Valentine’s Day Printable Games & Puzzles
- Valentine’s Day Treasure Hunt
- Roll a Sweet Valentine Game
- Valentine Party Games
- Candy Flower Crowns
- Dinosaur Valentines
- More than 20 Valentine’s Day Cards
Valentine’s Day Treats
Every kid I know absolutely love these Edible Valentine Fishing Rods complete with free printable valentines to give to friends.
- Valentine Swirl Cheesecake Bars
- Angel Food Cake Grilled Cheese
- Valentine Bear Cupcakes
- Last Minute Heart Treats
- Valentine Volcano Cookies
What do you do for the Valentine’s Day Treasure Surprise?
I get a few Valentine-themed candies and make a little goody bag as a treasure surprise for each of my kids. You could also make these Love Bombs from chocolate-dipped Twinkies. Or, you can create goody bags for the kids with some of these sweet Valentine prizes.