Everything You Need For a Super Hero Photo Scavenger Hunt Event with Your Girls

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If you are looking for an event that will entertain Kindergardeners all the way up to adults, then I would recommend trying a photo scavenger hunt. Today I will share with you one of the themed photo hunts I have put on with my troop and service unit.

Is a photo hunt not enough for your group? I know for my troop they wanted more so we added games, songs and craft to the event. Take the photo hunt ideas from this post, then navigate over to the Super Hero Party Ideas post to keep generating a amazing party for your troop.

How to Dress for the Occasion

You can have your girls come dressed as their favorite super hero. Then when they arrive have them make their very own super hero masks to wear during event or to take home with them. Superhero Masks Craft Kits.

After everyone was dressed and ready to go split the girls up into groups of 5 to 8 per team and try to keep them in the same age bracket. Give each group a list of pictures they have to take. Tell them to work as a group to take as many as they can in a set amount of time.

After the girls complete taking the pictures you could order pizza and play a few group games with the girls while a few of the adults go to develop the pictures. If you don’t plan to develop the pictures you could also show them on a TV for everyone to view.

Super Hero Scavenger Hunt For Your Troop

Your mission if you choose to accept it is to walk around the park and beach with your super hero masks on and armed with your groups camera to capture the following heroic acts. The team with the most points will earn the title of being the most heroic group of superheroes.

  1. Everyone High Fiving
  2. Everyone Jumping (everyone must be off the ground for it to count)
  3. Picture where it looks like you are flying
  4. Charlies angel poses at the top of a flight of stairs
  5. Everyone on a slide
  6. Team all wearing shoes on hands
  7. Group reflection in water
  8. Picture of everyone gangster posing with a stranger
  9. Everyone doing a model pose
  10. Most creative use of “Leap-Frog”
  11. I can’t believe we all fit in here picture
  12. Making faces with a stranger
  13. Entire group upside down
  14. Make yourselves appear very small
  15. Doing exactly what a sign says
  16. Funny group picture with lake behind you
  17. Whole team picking up litter
  18. Entire team doing the YMCA
  19. Everyone on the team throwing paper airplanes
  20. Picture with an animal
  21. Make yourselves appear very large
  22. Entire team doing a group hug
  23. Entire team crossing the road doing duck walk
  24. Entire team balancing on See-Saw
  25. Everyone wearing tin-foil hats
  26. Everyone laying down
  27. Everyone doing hear no see no speak no pose
  28. Everyone wearing their clothes inside out
  29. Everyone with water up to ankles
  30. Everyone doing something funny

Printable of the 30 photo hunt items above

Added Photo Challenges

If you are like me you may want to add even more challenges to the photo hunt. What I did was created a close up hunt to go with photos above. You will need to create your own, but below is example of what I did. You will give each team a copy of the hunt. The team has to find the picture location and take a picture as a group next to or on that location.

EXAMPLE OF CLOSE UP HUNT:

Planned for you Photo Hunt

If you love this idea check out the A – Z Photo Scavenger Hunt. Use the directions to run your very own Photo Scavenger hunt from beginning to end no planning necessary. Just follow the steps in the booklet and your work is done for you! Click here to get the booklet


Party Planning Kit Printables

I am so excited to present Strawjenberry’s Ultimate Party Kit! Almost everything you need to plan your troop celebration is included in this kit and can be printed at home or through your local office supply store or printer. It all starts with a personalized troop banner (two options to choose from) that includes your troop number. From there you have many different supplies to create the labels, stickers and decorations that you need.

The full color party kit includes:

  • One personalized banner
  • Personalized party invitation
  • Four (4) styles of placecards/treat labels, including one (1) secret bonus design
  • “I Love Girl Scouts” flower graphic
  • Fifteen (15) unique and colorful “badges” to use as stickers, cupcake toppers, or decorative elements on any number of party items
  • A sheet of personalized gift tags
  • Two (2) square backgrounds to create labels for lollipops. chocolate bars or giftboxes
  • A set of personalized badges with your girls’ names on them (you can also opt for a troop number instead)
  • Printable 8 1/2 x 11 Promise and Law pages–perfect for framing!
  • One sheet of twelve (12) blank badges
  • One sheet of twelve (12) level letters with heart (d, b, j, c, s, a, v)

The sky is the limit for how you can use all of these DIY elements to create the ultimate party. All items are included and have the bright and cheerful design color scheme. Get now for any party, ceremony or event you are planning for your troop.

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My name is Jodi Carlson, I am a mom, wife, & web designer and come with 25 years of GS experience. I am now sharing my experiences and helping other Girl leaders be great and successful and shape today’s girls to be the leaders of tomorrow. I was blessed with a Son in March of 2015 and stepped down as a full time girl leader, but missed planning and volunteering, so I decided after 25 years I have so many ideas to inspire girls and help leaders so I choose to build this blog and it has grown into a resource beyond GS, I am reaching girl leaders in many organizations.