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Chuck E. Cheese’s Printable Scavenger Hunt (& Fun Giveaway!)

Chuck E. Cheese’s Printable Scavenger Hunt (& Fun Giveaway!)

This post is sponsored by Chuck E. Cheese’s. Be sure to read on for a chance to win a Chuck E. Cheese’s guest pass (with pizza, drinks, tokens, and 1,000 tickets!).

Yesterday, we took the kids to Chuck E. Cheese’s. The kids are at a magical age for places like this. They can run around and play most all of the games without needing any help from the grown-ups, meaning it’s fun for them AND ends up being mostly relaxing for us, too (although Charles and I ended up stealing their game cards and challenging each other at Skee-Ball…which I won). It’s definitely a favorite destination for the kids, and I always feel a little nostalgic when we go (it was so special when my parents took me as a kid!).

April is a really great time to visit Chuck E. Cheese’s. In honor of National Volunteer Month, Chuck E. Cheese’s has partnered with Big Brothers Big Sisters and is hosting a month-long, nationwide donation drive. Guests can donate $1, $5 or the amount of their choice to Big Brothers Big Sisters by mentioning them at the register.

Chuck E. Cheese'sGuests who contribute will get to pin their name up on the store wall for everyone to see.

I am a big believer in volunteering in general (I drive a local Meals on Wheels route several times a month). The funds raised during the month of April will help BBBS match adult volunteers with children facing adversity to help them develop strong, long-term relationships that will have a positive impact on their lives.

Chuck E. Cheese'sSo in case you needed an excuse to take the kids to Chuck E. Cheese’s, now you have one. 😉

And, I’ll give you another reason. If you haven’t been in awhile, this is probably a good place to mention their new thin and crispy pizza and adult-friendly options (like salad!). Chuck E. Cheese's SaladWhen I take the kids to Chuck E. Cheese’s, they have plenty to do. We have school fundraisers at our local Chuck E. Cheese’s, and it’s a convenient place to meet friends with other kids, so we visit several times a year. It’s affordable and fun, and I don’t feel the need to entertain them. BUT. I made a fun Chuck E. Cheese’s scavenger hunt, anyway! 

If you’re planning a Chuck E. Cheese’s party, want to the kids to work on their reading skills, or just want to add something a little extra to the mix (like maybe tickets or extra games to anyone who completes the hunt), this is for you! {Also – this could buy you some time! Have the kids complete the scavenger hunt and eat their pizza before they get their game cards!}

Chuck E. Cheese's Scavenger HuntIn honor of National Volunteer Month and their partnership with BBBS, Chuck E. Cheese’s is giving one of my readers a Chuck E. Cheese’s Gift Pass! And it’s awesome – the winner will receive one large pizza, four fountain drinks, 30 tokens, and 1,000 (OMG, don’t tell my kids!!) tickets. 

Click the button below to download your own printable scavenger hunt.

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To enter, leave a comment telling me how you like to volunteer in your community. Do you currently volunteer? Or have you before? Or maybe, would you like to start volunteering somewhere? Let us know below for a chance to win!

Winner will be chosen on April 22nd. Must be 18+ and live in the U.S. to enter. Winner has 48 hours to respond once notified, or I’ll draw another winner.

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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Chuck E. Cheese’s. The opinions and text are all mine.



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