Get all participants ready on camera on a virtual meeting platform. Do not share the scavenger hunt list items in advance. Once everyone is on camera and ready, mention the first item that they need to find. All participants will run and find that particular item and bring it back to the camera. The first person that returns with the item back to the camera gets a point. Keep playing until all items have been collected. Participants must bring new items every time, no repeats. Tally up the points and announce the winner at the end of the game. Here are examples of scavenger items: a book with a person on the cover; something that smells good; an item that covers you from the rain; a coffee mug with words on it; a piece of fruit; a breakfast food; a flag; something you can use as weights; something that makes music; sports equipment; fresh dessert; something that can be turned off; something that provides light; something that grows and needs nurture; a key; a shoe.
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