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Fruit Themed Scavenger Hunt – Free Printable Game

Kids will have a blast playing this fruit themed scavenger hunt. This free printable game can be downloaded, printed and set up in a matter of minutes. Hope you enjoy!

free printable fruit scavenger hunt

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Today I wanted to share with you the first of many scavenger hunts I’ll be creating over the next few weeks. This one is a super cute fruit themed scavenger hunt.

It features 8 different fruits that will have to be found. Apples, bananas, strawberries, grapes and more!

How Do You Play The Scavenger Hunt?

First, cut out each of the 8 fruit pictures. Use tape or mounting putty to stick them them around the house, classroom, or wherever else you will be playing!

Depending on the age group you’ll be working with, you can hide the fruit in easier or more challenging spaces. This game can easily be played over and over again by simply changing up the spots where you hide each fruit.

After everything has been hidden, give each child a blank scavenger hunt checklist. They can then begin going around the house, classroom etc. and check off each fruit as they find them.

Once everything has been checked off, they can bring the completed scavenger hunt page back to you and maybe get a small prize or sticker.

Supplies needed:

  • Scavenger hunt pdf (scroll down to the bottom of this post for the download link)
  • Scissors
  • Pens, pencils, markers or crayons
  • Tape or Mounting putty
  • Lamination machine and laminating sheets (optional)
  • Dry erase markers (optional)

How to make sure your scavenger hunt holds up over time:

A great way to make sure that your scavenger hunt game is able to be reused over and over again is to laminate everything from the checklist page to the individual fruits. This is the home lamination machine that I have and would definitely recommend it!

All you would need to do is laminate the pages, cut out the individual fruits and then use a dry erase marker to check each fruit off the checklist page.

Once the kids are done playing the scavenger hunt game, you can store the checklist and fruit away for the next time!

Interested in more fruit themed games and activities? Well you’re in luck!

I Spy: Fruit Game
Kids and adults alike will have a blast searching for and counting 8 different fruits in the box above. The children can color in the fruit as they count to make the game even more fun! Click here to view the full blog post and download links.

And here are some additional free printable scavenger hunt games just like this one:

Free Printable Fruit Themed Scavenger Hunt

This scavenger hunt game is designed to print on 3 standard 8.5×11 inch pieces of paper. For the best quality I would highly recommend printing everything out onto white cardstock. Especially the last two pages so you can reuse the fruit pictures over and over again without worrying about them holding up over time.

Once printed, cut out each fruit picture. I created cut lines that will leave a nice white border around each fruit. 

Print out as many of the first page as needed, depending on how many children will be playing the game. If you are printing out a lot of checklist pages, you can turn your printer to black and white to save some ink.

Feel free to download and print as many copies of the scavenger hunt game as you would like. However, please do not edit or redistribute the files in any way. This game was created for personal or classroom use only.

fruit scavenger hunt

Click here to download the fruit themed scavenger hunt files.


Monday 15th of March 2021

I printed and laminated the St.. Patricks Day Scavenger Hunt for my 29 month old granddaughter. I hid the 8 pics around the house and she made me hid them several more times. She enjoyed it so much!!I plan on downloading more!!! Thank you so much for the free downloads!!!


Tuesday 23rd of March 2021

I'm so glad you enjoyed it!!

Deborah Kos

Tuesday 24th of December 2019

A winter-themed scavenger hunt at the library is an awesome idea for the kids. Then, you can make a fruit scavenger hunt at home for your kids to keep them busy. When my son was little, he loved it when I made a scavenger hunt for him in the house.


Tuesday 24th of December 2019

Yes it was such a cute idea I just had to make something similar to play at home!

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