Use this fun Easter game to help kids better understand
the true meaning of the “Treasure” God has given each of
For Easter we have an Easter treasure hunt. We have groups of
children visit 14 numbered locations around our church where they
read Scriptures related to Holy Week and receive items or
“treasures” related to those Scriptures.
We place the children, whom we call Treasure Hunters, into groups
of no more than 10. We assign each group an adult Treasure Leader.
The Treasure Leader has an “Easter Treasure Hunt Guide” that
includes the Scriptures and treasures the groups will collect.
Groups go to their first location (each group’s location is
different) where an adult called a Treasure Keeper asks them to
read a Scripture and gives them an item or “treasure” related to
that Scripture. The Treasure Keeper then marks off that treasure on
the group’s guide.
Cedar Park, Texas
EASTER TREASURE HUNT GUIDE
Treasure Leaders and Treasure Keepers all need a copy of this
1. Mark 14:3-9 Perfume
2. Matthew 26:14-16 Nickels
3. John 12:12-16 Palm Branches
4. Luke 22:19 Bread
5. Luke 22:47-53 Ear
6. Luke 22:54-62 Feathers
7. Matthew 27:22-25 Water
8. John 19:2-3 Purple Cloth
9. Mark 15:21 Cross
10. Luke 23:38-43 Sign
11. John 19:28-30 Sponge
12. John 19:38-42 Spices
13. Matthew 28:1-7 Stone
14. John 20:24-29 Nail