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Valentine's Day with kids is so much fun.  This year to make Valentine's Day even sweeter, I created a scavenger hunt for the girls with a fun Valentine's Day Basket at the end!  Filled with Hershey's Milk Chocolate Hearts filled with Caramel, Hershey's Kisses along with a few other fun goodies, I knew the girls would be thrilled to find this basket at the end of their Scavenger Hunt!

First, I created printable clues to spread around the house.  They were simple for the kids ages 6 and 8 so it would be fun and not frustrating.  I made sure to make them run from on end of the house to the other.

Then while they were away at school I scatter the clues and Valentine's Day Basket throughout the house.

When the girls got off the school bus they couldn't handle the excitement.  They ran to the first clue taped to the bathroom mirror and they were off!

The scavenger hunt was a great exercise in teamwork.  The kids finished each other's thoughts and worked well together to solve the riddles and find the next clue.

At the end of the hunt, they found their Valentine's Day Basket filled with Hershey's goodies!

The Hershey's Milk Chocolate Hearts filled with Caramel were a huge hit!  

I promised I wouldn't tell how much chocolate they ate before dinner.  It wasn't every piece in their Valentine's Day Basket but that wasn't for lack of effort on their part!

Are you ready to set up a Valentine's Day Scavenger Hunt for your kids?  Click the images below to print, cut on the lines and host your own Valentine's Day Scavenger Hunt for your family!

For more fun ideas, visit CelebrateWithHersheys.com!

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