Modern Scavenger Hunt

How To : Create a modern scavenger hunt with your friends

Whether your scavenger hunt is for group competition or just fun, add a tech twist and let the games begin. You will need: a game plan with clues cell phones a sense of adventure an accomplice Follow these easy steps to learn how to create your own scavenger hunt - scavenger ...more

How To : Organize a Halloween Scavenger Hunt

An alternative to trick-or-treating every Halloween is to have kids participate in a scavenger hunt. The activity provides the same excitement and still allows you to be with your kids while they participate. A scavenger hunt can be easily organized – here are some steps in pr ...more

News : Planning a Scavenger Hunt Based on Age

For any scavenger hunt to become a hit, you need to contemplate the age groups or capability levels of your persons who are actually going to take part. It's fairly apparent that the scavenger hunt easy enough to end up being completed by young kids could jolly well be boring ...more

How To : Create a scavenger hunt for Christmas

Stuck for entertainment ideas for your kids this holiday season? Why not help them out with a Christmas-themed scavenger hunt? In this video, you'll be shown how you can get your kids in the holiday spirit with a few art supplies and the promise of an exciting scavenger hunt.

News : Planning a Scavenger Hunt Based on Age: Part 2

Our first look will be at scavenger hunt beginners. The youngsters. The ones some people say shouldn't even be doing a scavenger hunt (and maybe they're right). If you dare to put on a treasure hunt for people who can't tie their shoe, here is what you need to know. Five year ...more

News : Planning a Scavenger Hunt Based on Age: Part 5

Oh, teenagers. Maybe you would be better off planning a scavenger hunt for the screaming toddlers. Just kidding! Despite the mood swings, teens will enjoy a scavenger hunt more than younger kids. Some things to keep in mind, though: 14 to 16 years of age: Most of what pertain ...more

News : Planning a Scavenger Hunt Based on Age: Part 4

Now we're getting to the kids who actually know what's going on. You're more likely to get enthusiasm and dare I say focus from grade school and middle school kids. Here's the lowdown: Nine to twelve years of age: These kids ought to require a lesser amount of assistance howe ...more

News : Planning a Scavenger Hunt Based on Age: Part 3

Still reading? Either your kids are not in diapers anymore or you're just curious. Either way, on to the next category of scavenger hunters. Six to nine years of age: Kids within this age bracket will require lots of assistance, however they shouldn't require somebody to acco ...more

How To : Manage Your Time Planning a Scavenger Hunt

When you're aiming to set up a scavenger hunt, you might be pondering how much time frame you are committing oneself to. It's a great thought, and one which does not have a single size that matches everyone's resolution. But this unique guideline will furnish the facts you nee ...more

News : The Mummy Unwraps Augmented Reality Scavenger Hunt

Universal Studios and Cinemark Theaters have enlisted mobile augmented reality game Seek to promote The Mummy, a reboot of the action-adventure film franchise starring summer movie mainstay Tom Cruise. Available as iOS and Android apps, Seek is among a growing number of mobil ...more

Brief Reality : Blippar Transforms into Shazam for Cars

Augmented reality is quickly becoming a popular tool for marketing use cases, as demonstrated by new projects serving the automotive, entertainment, and tourism industries this past week. Blippar Cranks Up Automotive Recognition to Deliver AR Content Last week, Blippar intro ...more

News : Easily Make Your Own Pokémon GO with Motive.io

Throughout the summer and fall of 2016, in the sudden whirlwind that was Pokémon GO, it was hard to go anywhere in public without seeing someone attempting to catch Pokémon. Now, thanks to an upcoming platform called Motive.io, from the Vancouver company of the same name, loca ...more

How To : Dominate the New York Times Crossword Puzzle

First off, don't be frustrated. YOU CAN DO IT! Contrary to the message in the image above, it's NOT over. It's just beginning. And when it comes to solving the New York Times crossword puzzle, the old cliche does apply: practice makes perfect. I've read quite a few books and ...more

How To : Build anticipation in your relationship

In this tutorial, Donna Barnes tells us how to build anticipation in a relationship. One little trick you can do is leave little notes around the house to have a small scavenger hunts for special treats and presents around the house. Another great thing to do is to send e-mail ...more

How To : Make a DIY bow and arrow

The bow and arrow is pretty archaic for modern combat, but they're still great fun to use for archery, hunting, and general mischief. This video will teach you how to make your own bow and arrow for that true Robin Hood rustic vibe.

News : The Secret World Trailer

Wow. What a trailer. Now this is how you get atttention!From the official website:Imagine if every myth, conspiracy theory and urban legend was true. Imagine if your worst nightmare came to life. Imagine a world where vampires hunt for mortal blood in dingy London nightclubs, ...more

Scrabble Bingo of the Day : CARRION

CARRION n pl. -S dead and putrefying flesh 59 points (9 points without the bingo) The word CARRION refers to the dead and putrefying flesh on the carcass of any dead animal. Yes… humans are animals. Carrion differs from plain old dead bodies (cadavers, corpses, LICH, etc.) b ...more

News : Paleolithic Nutrition

Kurt Harris, MD, writes about paleolithic nutrition at his highly recommended blog, www.paleonu.com. "Eating like a caveman" has become a bit of a fad, with all the down sides that comes with fads. But behind the fad lies a large amount of research that can be and is used as ...more

Brief Reality : AR Hits the Conference Circuit

Every Tuesday, Next Reality will give readers a rundown of the augmented and mixed reality news briefs from the preceding week that we didn't cover already. This way, you'll never miss anything of importance in the Next Reality landscape, and will always know what's going on w ...more

How To : Research Your Family Tree Online

Are you interested in beginning research of your family's history? I began this journey about 3 or 4 years ago and here is what I found. I've done almost ALL of my research online, and gotten farther, faster and more comprehensively than anyone else who has researched my famil ...more

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