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Crayola Treasure Hunt

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Crayola Treasure Hunt CIY Poster Frame

Arrr, matey! Seekin’ an activity to keep yer little swabs busy durin’ sunny days? Set ‘em on a course for adventure with a quest for hidden treasure! Follow these steps n’ set sail for fun.

Steps:

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1 Prepare the Treasure

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2 Find a not-so-precious wooden/metal box or thick plastic container that can withstand a little dirt. Something with a lid is a must.

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3 Fill your “treasure chest” with plunder. You know, costume jewelry, coloring books, even a new box of Crayola Crayons (they do come in a gold package, after all). Feel free to mix and match goodies.

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4 Seal everything up and decorate the outside with skulls and crossbones, swords, cannonballs, parrots and other fun pirate stuff.


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5 Hide the Treasure


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6 Have Captain Mom or Daring Dad find you a shovel then head into your yard to pick the perfect hiding spot.


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7 Check for sneaky scoundrels, then dig a hole that’s deep enough for your treasure chest.


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8 Lower your pirates’ booty in place and cover with dirt. Top things off with some rocks or a log for added security.


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9 Make a Map


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10 Fill a medium-sized bowl with coffee (cool to room temperature, remember). Then take a single sheet of printer paper, make small tears around the edge and submerge completely in coffee. Remove promptly and air dry.


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11 Draw landmarks on the map, complete with playful names. Don’t forget to include a big red X to “mark the spot” for the kiddos to dig.


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