Ideas for Top Treasure Hunts

Ideas for creating and enjoying treasure hunts

Birthday Scavenger Hunt: Ideas for Prizes plus Top Tips for Success!

If your child’s birthday party is looming like a big scary cloud on the horizon, a birthday scavenger hunt can be a GREAT way to keep the kids entertained. It’s simple (especially with our GoTrovo kits!), doesn’t need a lot of preparation, and can be played over and over in bigger or smaller teams. Just check out our top tips below.

BUT what about the all-important prizes? Well, we’ve been scouring the internet for gift ideas that will really get your party guests in the spirit of adventure! So now you can switch the typical plastic fantastic of party bags for our pick of the 15 COOLEST prizes on offer.

Speech and Language Development with GoTrovo

GoTrovo is a tool which covers a wide range of reading and speech development targets. It allows children to learn without pressure, in a fun and stimulating way. Their ability to identify, name or read the items in the clues gives a clear and easy way to track progress. Or you can record their learning with our free reward chart.

Importantly, the blank clue cards allow you to create your own clues if there are specific targets or areas you want to focus on. And GoTrovo provides a great lead into other play and learning ideas.

Fun and Original Ideas for Treasure Hunt Prizes

Treasure hunts are a fabulous way to get your kids up, active and energised. What’s more, they are a fantastic and all too rare opportunity to get kids playing and working happily together, whatever their ages or abilities. But what about the treasure itself?

Leaving sweets and treats every time may please the treasure hunters, but not so much their tummies or teeth. So if you’re on the look out for some fun and original treasure hunt ideas, here are 14 innovative ways to create that extra bit of “gold”.

Hooray for Lego! Learning through play is the best!

Fed up of the increasing pressure on school children? Join our debate on learning through play. Simply put, it says children learn best through play, and continue to do so up to the age of 8.

There are many varied opportunities to learn in this way. And learning through play reduces the negative risks of children being put off learning by adopting a formal approach to education too young.