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Looking for a way to keep your kids occupied before your VBS begins? Give them a copy of this treasure hunt and let them loose!
Tidbits for the Trail Treasure Hunt Day Five
Yee-haw! Welcome back to Vacation Bible School, buckaroos. On your last day’s treasure hunt, you are going to follow some trivia from the trail and find some fun stuff.
Once again, stay away from the pond and the parking lot. You may work alone or in a group. If you are working alone, complete the number of items that corresponds with your age (find seven if you are seven, twelve if you are twelve, etc.). If you are working as a group, find at least twelve. You have until 6:15 pm to complete the hunt and bring your items and list back to the prize table. One prize per team member. No prizes will be given after 6:15 pm, so go as quick as a jackrabbit. You may begin!
11. Gold necklace – Gold is first mentioned in the Bible in the second chapter of Genesis and is mentioned more than any other metal in the Bible. 12. Soft tack – This means bread. Find a piece of bread. 13. Left shoe – There were no right or left shoes for pioneer children. They just set them out after they wore them, and the shoes gradually bent into the shape of the child’s feet, becoming more comfortable. 14. Togs – This means clothing. Find a piece of clothing. 15. Go into the necessary and get a paper towel – Pioneers called outhouses (bathrooms) the necessary.
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