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Aeroplane Journey Scavenger Hunt Game

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Aeroplane scavenger hunt, airplane quiz, travel games for kids


Here's an easy scavenger hunt game to play on a long aeroplane journey for under 10s. It doesn't cost anything, makes no mess and just uses things found in your seat pocket.

Time: 30 minutes
Age: Under 5's, 5-10's
Level: Easy

Materials
Airline magazine
Piece of paper (or airline sick bag)
Pen

Method
The scavenger hunt setter identifies items in the airline magazine and draws pictures of these on the paper with a tick box next to each item



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Find interesting pictures in the airline magazine




airplane scavenger hunt quiz
Can you find... a sheep, a car, a handbag, a watch, handbag and some tomatoes...




airplane scavenger hunt quiz


The seeker then has to find the items throughout the magazine. Tick each item off as you find it.



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Older children could each set a hunt at the same time then swap papers and have a race to finish.
You could make things more complicated by adding categories e.g "Find 5 blue objects" or "Find 5 items starting with the letter B"

Check out some other games ideas here.

Categories
#Under 5s
#5 to 10s
#Game
#Travel game
#Easy
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Great idea!! This should help pass the time quietly.
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