We’ve got to be creative these days, that’s for sure!
With the parks closed, I took the kids to our local cemetery today for a scavenger hunt. It’s a bit out of the ordinary, but we had a ton of fun!
High Light of the Hunt
Before you run away to print off your own copy of this awesome graveyard themed scavenger hunt, let me share one high light of our hunt today:
None of the kids could find a tombstone with only initials. (I guess our cemetery isn’t old enough.) But my middle child just wouldn’t quit searching. He was determined to check every box on the list!
Finally, I called out: “Thales, we’re going home now! Come on!”
Not two seconds later, he started shrieking. “Yes! I found one! I found one! I! D! A! Yes!”
So, Tyson and Julie sprinted over to where Thales was standing over an old grave. I could see there was a mini-discussion happening, but they were too far away for me to hear.
Then, Tyson burst out laughing and yelled, “Thales, those aren’t initials – her name was Ida!”
Cemetery Scavenger Hunt
If you’d like to venture out and enjoy the beautiful weather with your own kids at your local cemetery, here’s the printable version of our Cemetery Scavenger Hunt.