An Autumn Scavenger Hunt

When the girls arrived for our teen Bible study last weekend, the first thing I did was throw them outside to burn off some energy. If you've been around 10 teenage girls in one place, you understand how important this is.

We started out with a fall scavenger hunt. With 33 acres of woods, there was plenty of room for the two teams to go their separate ways and find everything on their lists. It was fun to stand on the deck and watch them search diligently, trying to be the first ones back with everything they needed. Each team took a dog and headed out.


Some of the items they chose were nothing like what I expected, and that made it so much fun. Teenage girls are some of the most creative people I know.

If you try out this scavenger hunt, please let me know what your group found. It's a great way to spend time together and get to know each other a little better, plus you'll hear shouts and giggles like never before if you take a bunch of girls outside.

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