Musical Treasure Hunt (free download available)
One of the activities we did towards the end of Christmas camp on the last day was a musical treasure hunt.
My intention for this hunt was to have them find the gifts I made them in the end. That is how it worked out for Monday’s group. But then Tuesdays group came and it took a different turn. A turn that I wish I would have thought about before. But because it worked so well, I did it for the other groups following. The last clue leads to the answer “piano”. The original plan was for them to find the pirate bear gift behind my drum under the piano. But on Tuesday, right after they figured out the last clue was piano, they all started getting out their Christmas music they were going to play for each other thinking that was the “treasure”. Now why didn’t I think of that?! It was too good so I went along with it and did it for Wednesdays and Thursdays group as well and then gave them their gifts afterwards before they left to go home.
For the musical treasure hunt, I had flashcards and items hidden (not too hard) around the room. They had to answer the clue first and then go find the flashcard or item.
Lately I have found myself making more and more power points for my group activities and lessons. So I made a powerpoint for my musical treasure hunt and wanted to share it with anyone who would like to use it. Of course you can still enjoy the clues with your students even if you don’t use it via PowerPoint. Enjoy!
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