The Teen Truth or Dare Scavenger Hunt was created and designed by a mom who has a passion for creating fun and engaging treasure and scavenger hunts. This scavenger hunt is a lot different than other scavenger hunts and requires about 3-4 hours to play as well as adult supervision.
First you'll want to purchase and download the scavenger hunt kit. This kit includes teen scavenger hunt invitations, five sets of scavenger hunt lists, five team badges which are different colored sets of team badges as well as car tags and water bottle labels.
Each team will need a vehicle with a responsible adult driver, this is to ensure that nothing inappropriate takes place and to be sure everyone is safely riding . Each team will also need a camera or video camera this is to provide evidence of each teams truths and dares.
For this scavenger hunt players will need to vote on a captain. The captain will be given the team car tag as well as nine sealed team destination envelopes. Each team will go to the different destinations to complete as many truth or dare challenges as they can in a certain amount of time (you set the time). The teams must complete at least one truth and one dare per destination and provide proof by using the camera or video camera to collect evidence. Each challenge that is completed is worth 20 points and all challenges need to be completed before safely returning home. Once everyone has safely made it home judges will then add up points at the end of the race as well as decide whether or not evidence from the cameras or video cameras were sufficient enough to gain points and a winning team will be announced.
The only problem I found with this scavenger hunt is that some people may not be able to afford the gas to run around to each destination but other than that I really love the concept. This is a really unique and well throughout scavenger hunt and I give kudos to the mom that came up with this idea and I do recommend it.
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