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Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Scavenger Hunt

One of my family’s Thanksgiving Day traditions is watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. We enjoy watching the people, listening to the bands, seeing the performers, and looking for fun balloons. We spend some time feeling bad for the people who aren’t dressed warmly enough (as we sip hot chocolate and enjoy being indoors where it’s warm!), and we generally enjoy our time together as a family.

One day, as we were enjoying the parade, some of the younger children in the family got restless, so we decided to create a scavenger hunt to help them enjoy the parade as much as the rest of us.  Today, I would like to share that scavenger hunt with you and your family. If you have older children, teens, or adults, you can enjoy the competition and try to be the first to spot all of the items on the list. If you have younger children, they may want to work together or be on a team with an older sibling or adult.

No matter how large or small your family or how you celebrate Thanksgiving, we hope you enjoy this Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Scavenger Hunt! To download your own copy, just click the link below to go to our sister site, Only Passionate Curiosity.

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Scavenger Hunt on Only Passionate Curiosity site!

About the author

Wendy

Wendy is one of the owners of Hip Homeschool Moms, Only Passionate Curiosity, Homeschool Road Trips, Love These Recipes, and Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers. She married her high school sweetheart, Scott, 29 years ago, and they live in the South with their three children. Hannah, age 25, has autism and was the first homeschool graduate in the family. Noah, age 23, was the second homeschool graduate and the first to leave the nest. Mary Grace, age 17, is the remaining homeschool student. Wendy loves working out and teaching Training for Warriors classes at her local gym. She also enjoys learning along with her family, educational travel, reading, and writing, and she attempts to grow an herb garden every summer with limited success.

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