Here are some examples of meta quests that might be suitable for 10-year-olds:
- Scavenger Hunt: Create a scavenger hunt that leads children to different places around the neighborhood or in a park. Each location will have a clue that leads to the next location. At the final location, they will find a prize.
- Escape Room: Create an escape room experience at home with a themed story and puzzles that the children must solve to escape. Themes could include a pirate treasure hunt or a space mission.
- Treasure Hunt: Create a treasure hunt that leads children to different places around the neighborhood or in a park. Each location will have a puzzle or riddle that the children must solve to find the next clue. The final clue will lead to a treasure chest filled with prizes.
- Mystery: Create a mystery for the children to solve. Provide them with clues and evidence, and let them use their detective skills to figure out who the culprit is.
- Nature Walk: Create a nature walk that leads children to different places in a park or nature reserve, with each location having a task or activity that teaches them about the natural world.
- Game Show: Create a game show-style competition that tests children’s knowledge and skills in various subjects, such as math, science, and history.
- Create Your Own Quest: Encourage children to come up with their own quest, and provide them with the tools and resources they need to create it, such as a map, clues and a guide.
Remember that the quest should be age-appropriate, safe and fun