Do you consider yourself a master of hide-and-seek? Do you have what it takes to be the next Inspector Clouseau? Do you love a good scavenger hunt? With Find It Games, you can test your skills and see how long it takes you to find all the hidden objects. This game is perfect for family game night, for playing with friends or playing alone. So whether you're young or old, there's a way for everyone to play and have fun.
Additional ways to play Find It®
- Time yourself to see how long it takes to find all the items
- Find the letters alphabetically (Kids Version)
- Spell words or practice for a spelling test with the kids
- Find the objects alphabetically or specific letters
- Look up fun facts of all the animals (Beach version)
- Write a story with the objects you find in 5 minutes in the order found
As a family game, or by yourself, use a timer to increase the challenge and see how many items you can find in 30 seconds or other time. Speed rounds create an exciting sense of intensity and entertainment, but remember when you hear the buzzer, time is up. A great challenging party game!
Assign a point value to each item (easiest to hardest with 3-5 different point values) and see how many items you can find in 60 seconds. The penny is the hardest to find so it could be 25 or even 50 points. Try 10 points for the top hat and 5 points for highly visible items. Keep score on paper to determine the winner! This is a popular family and party game.
In "Story Time" participants take turns telling a story tied to each item found. Set a timer (or not) for the person to name the items and tell the story as they see them. At the end of the story, whomever remembers the most about someone’s story wins. Story Time is also a great way to use the Find It® game to create fun conversations and to get to know others.
Find the Letter
With your family or friends write down a letter and see how many items you can find that start with that letter. Set timing is important for this game.