the two most important needs for a treasure hunt activity
at the workplace to be successful are: It must be entertaining
and creative enough to hold the interest of adults who have
probably already been on more treasure hunts than the care
to remember AND they must be versatile enough to not impede
work throughout the day/week. Here are some additional ideas
for incorporating treasure hunt adventures within the office:
* If the adventure hunt has enough versatility, you can spread
the hunt throughout and entire day or even week. Release clues
sporadically throughout the day
clues that will help
them reach their goal. Each of the treasure hunt puzzles collections
we provide have clues associated with each puzzle, allowing
for this type of format.
* Clues can also be offered as rewards to employees as they
complete different work tasks.
* Teams can be comprised of members within the same work department
(to assist in the team building efforts) or from different
departments to promote cross department relations.
* When incorporating a hunt as a fun activity to be done all
at one time, incorporate the theme by way of decorations at
the end of the hunt - giving them an exciting finale to their
* To encourage participation, allow those employees who successfully
complete the treasure hunt to put their names in a raffle
to win a prize at the end.
* Of course, treasure hunts also make great activities for
family picnics and charity events!
to make the treasure hunt process even easier? Consider our
treasure hunt puzzles collections! They contain individual
puzzles that were designed to be INSERTED to a treasure hunt
you are creating - mini activities to give your adventurers
something more than just reading rhyming clues! With dozens
of themes to choose from, we've done what we can to make the
treasure hunt planning process as easy as possible without
sacrificing creativity! Click HERE
to see our adventure themes!