School Supply Scavenger Hunt – FREE Printable!

If you have even stepped a foot out of your Happy Home, you know that stores are overflowing with Back to School Supplies!

Does anyone else get a thrill out of a brand new box of crayons?? :-)

I just bought 75 boxes for 40 cents each at Wal-Mart.

I am not even kidding about that.

Here is a fun way to treat your Happy Buddies to their school supplies this year – give them a School Supply Scavenger Hunt!

It’s super easy.

Just purchase the basics – crayons, markers, pencils, notebooks, paper, scissors, glue, and a ruler.

Then use my FREE Printable Scavenger Hunt Cards to hide the supplies around your Happy Home!

Your Happy Buddies will just love racing from one rhyming clue to the next, filling their backpacks with the things that they will need for the new school year.

Here’s a peak at what your FREE Printable School Supply Scavenger Hunt Cards look like…

Click HERE for your FREE Printable School Supply Scavenger Hunt!

**GREAT IDEA ALERT!**

Want to use this School Supply Scavenger Hunt AND get your Happy Buddies thinking about others??

Simply put a double of each school supply at each of the Scavenger Hunt locations.

Then hand your Happy Buddy another backpack and tell him that he is going on a hunt not only for his own supplies, but for the supplies of a child less fortunate.

Finally, have your Happy Buddy donate the backpack to a local charity or organization that is having a Back to School Supply Drive – our church is donating backpacks and school supplies right now to 4 Kids of South Florida.

I think some Staples locations are hosting School Supply Drives as well.

AND…

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Happy School Supply Scavenger Hunt-ing! :-)

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17 thoughts on “School Supply Scavenger Hunt – FREE Printable!

  1. Great idea! I just went last night and bought everything for all our Happy Buddies! Two of them aren’t in school yet but it’s not like we can’t use the stuff at home. =) Thanks for the idea.

  2. Great idea! Publix is blessing students to but not as exciting of a way;)…they already have the bags of school supplies ready at the cash registers…you just have to purchase a bag while you buy your groceries if you want to donate and then the local organizations pick them up and distribute:)

  3. What a fabulous idea! I love it and I know my kids will love doing it as well. I am excited to have found your site. I look forward to looking around. If you get a chance I would love for you to participate in my “All Things Wonderful Link Party”. You have so many great ideas. I am going over to fb to “like” you.
    Take care,
    Shauna
    myshaenoel.blogspot.com

  4. Okay, so that is absolutely adorable! I love everything about it, the idea, the graphics, the font, the design! Thank you so much for sharing…can’t wait to do it with my kiddos! Come grab some freebies from my blog! I’ll be pinning this for sure!

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  6. thank you thank you thank you once again for this!!!!!!
    setting up our 3rd annual Back to School Scavenger Hunt today for the girls–they are SOO excited (and so am I)!!
    LOVE YOU Happy Home Fairy!!!! xoxoxo

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