Recent Examples of scavenger hunt from the Web
Clicking on the image will launch a virtual scavenger hunt, in which players have to scroll, pan and zoom to find Waldo in various well-known locations throughout the world.
Join a scavenger hunt throughout the Living Desert to answer questions, collect stickers and win prizes at the Easter Eggstravaganza.
On Tauck, kids ages 5 and older will see the Louvre in Paris by way of scavenger hunt.
Easter Eggstravaganza will include a scavenger hunt and more at Science City in Union Station on March 31.
David De Jesus, home from South Korea on leave, was reunited with his wife, Yessika, and their four children during a scavenger hunt on the court.
Brown says Phi Kappa Tau was suspended through fall 2020 for alcohol abuse, misconduct and hazing involving scavenger hunts.
There is a small amount of the rare drink bottled each year (about 7,000 cases), which sends collectors on a frenzied scavenger hunt throughout the United States like thirsty antique pickers.
Children can participate in scavenger hunts, watch live performances, hear storytelling, get free tours, and more.
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SCAVENGER HUNT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of scavenger hunt for English Language Learners
: a game in which players try to find specified items within a particular period of time
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