Independence Day Scavenger Hunt
Ages: 5 - Adult
Number of Clues: 11
Independence Day, in the United States is celebrated on July 4th. On that day in 1776, the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence. You will need to procure the following items. Place them where directed or improvise to suit your situation. You will find an abundant supply of inexpensive, Fourth of July supplies at most party or discount stores.
Liberty Bell: Any small bells will suffice.
Uncle Sam: Cut out picture in magazine, buy, or draw Uncle Sam.
Fireworks: Use sparklers or any unopened and safe fireworks you plan to use later.
American Flag: Small flags.
Parade Items: Pictures would work best, as purchasing tiny instruments (even from a discount store) would be too costly for a scavenger hunt with several participants.
Watermelon: Use the real deal here.
Barbeque: All of those small packets of barbeque sauce you saved from fast food restaurants are very useful after all!
Map: Any map of the United States will work
John Hancock: Replicate John Hancock’s memorable and flamboyant signature.
Calendar: Use a calendar displaying the month of July, preferably one that notates the Fourth of July.
Stars: Draw or purchase stars.
Star Spangled Banner: Music or lyrics either from a book or printed from the Internet.
Example clues you'll find in this hunt:
"I am the man from the USA with stars and stripes on my clothes. From a man who provided the army with food, this American symbol arose. I’m seen at parades often walking on stilts where Americans applaud and cheer. If you feel called to serve your country, step up and volunteer!"
"The land of the free and the home of the brave are the words in our anthem’s song. Sing them robustly this Fourth of July, And keep our country strong."
Star Spangled Banner
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