Indoor Scavenger Hunt for Kids | Free Printable Isolation Game

Another isolation idea for kids! This free printable indoor scavenger hunt is played at home which means that all 30 items can be found inside the house.

Indoor Scavenger Hunt for Kids

“The last time me and mommy were in a different building was March 14th.
– My 9 year old

Day 19. That’s right, we have been in self-isolation for nineteen days. By “we” I am referring to my nine year old and myself. My husband, on the other hand, has been working from home the same amount of time yet he has had to run errands for work over the course of the past almost three weeks.

Fortunately, I have worked from home for the past nine years therefore for the most part it is business as usual for me. I have, however, gained a student desk in my home office and I am now homeschooling a third grader throughout my workday.

Copy of a printable Indoor Scavenger Hunt for Kids on a brick background.

As far as our oldest goes, he is still working in the public, still taking plenty of vitamins and still washing his hands often. (His roommates are either working from home or staying home due to our governor’s ‘stay-at-home’ order.)

Our family feels beyond blessed that we all still have our jobs and that we are able to continue to do them. That said, I’d be lying if I told you that we weren’t a tiny bit envious of those in self-isolation who are reading books, self-reflecting, spring cleaning and participating in Netflix marathons.

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Along with our work and school schedules we go on evening neighborhood bike rides, play in the backyard, obsess over puzzles and play very competitive board games. I am certain that we are not alone in self-isolation which is why I created an Indoor Scavenger Hunt that can be played AT home.

Free Printable Isolation Game

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Print as many copies of my free printable isolation game as you need. This scavenger hunt can be played with any number of players – including just one! Keep reading for details on how to print and be sure to check out the additional ideas below.

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Indoor ideas for kids:

List of things to do for kids; Cabin Fever

post-it notes with recipes for play dough, slime, putty & fun foam

Scavenger Hunts:

Nature Scavenger Hunt for Kids; Free Printable

About Trish

When this sleep deprived self proclaimed tea addict is not creating content for this here blog, Trish can most often be found at the Little League field or watching a football game. Trish is a passionate volunteer, contract accountant, avid fan of the Dallas Cowboys and will only eat Oreos in pairs. She has two boys born sixteen years apart and her favorite place in the world is by her husband's side - preferably in a football stadium, at Disneyland or in San Diego.

4 thoughts on “Indoor Scavenger Hunt for Kids | Free Printable Isolation Game

  1. Hi Trish, I would like to share two of your scavenger hunts to my school’s online Learning Hub. Of course I would give you credit and link to your website. Would that be alright?

    1. Hi Connie,
      Absolutely! Thank you so much for sharing. Here’s hoping you and yours are staying healthy. Cheers ~ Trish

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