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- Hosting a scavenger hunt over Zoom could be a great way to socialize with friends and family members that you can't see in person.
- To play the game, each team or player would come up with a list of items to be found by the other players within a given time limit.
- Once the time limit is up, players must show the items they managed to find, which the judging players must approve before choosing a winner.
Lockdown orders are starting to lift across the United States, but social distancing measures remain in place — meaning it'll still likely be quite some time before you're having friends over for a movie night or impromptu party.
If you're looking for a new way to make Zoom chats feel less mundane — especially now that we've been socializing virtually since March — try holding a virtual scavenger hunt. You don't need to purchase anything you don't already own; the game just requires that you think creatively about regular household items.
The way it works is simple: Each household comes up with a list of items, which is then shared with the rest of the group over Zoom. Then it's up to the players to find the listed items and show them to the group before time runs out.
I held a scavenger hunt with my friends recently, and here's a look at how we put our game together. Read the original article on Business Insider