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Best Minecraft Scavenger Hunt for Kids

There’s no denying that Minecraft is still a massive runaway phenomenon. So, with that in mind I asked one of my helpers to build this Minecraft Scavenger Hunt for Kids so I could share it with readers here on Thrifty Mommas Tips.

At first, I didn’t really get it. I mean it looks pretty simple. But my older daughter assures me that the popular video game has evolved dramatically ands this is why it is experiencing success again with tweens and teens everywhere.

My two kids were into this hook line and sinker five years ago. Now, my younger girl is totally into Minecraft again. So, because I know she is not alone, I figured it would be a great time to add some fun word games for kids who love Minecraft too.

Share the Minecraft Love

This Minecraft Scavenger Hunt for kids is a fun way to bring the game to life. Not that it needs a lot of encouragement actually.

I kind of love seeing this game experiencing success again. It was one of the first Wii U games that my younger girl enjoyed m most when we first moved into our second home (the one we live in now.)

This game was also a great way for her to connect with our neighbours. So, we did that and often had the neighbours over here playing Minecraft with our girls.

More Video Game Fun

Looking for more video game fun? Check out all of the Animal Crossing content here too. Animal Crossing Summer Bucket List and How to Make an Animal Crossing Cherry Blossom Tree.

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Mom of two beautiful active girls, traveller, fitness junkie, social media consultant, and keeper of the sanity.

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