spy games

I need spy themed activities to keep 4 10-year-olds busy during a sleepover. How about wire-tapping the neighbors? Building and using pin-hole cameras? Steaming open the principal’s mail? Looking up their teacher’s financial statements online? No? How about jumping on the trampoline, a scavenger hunt and video games?

2 thoughts on “spy games

  1. Oh rats, Dean beat me to the first idea. So on to some of the others.

    Decoding messages written in invisible ink.

    It can get a bit expensive to buy for ALL the kids, but there are some neat “spy” toys at Toys R US. Just set them up as a game (sort of like the scavenger hunt). so that they each need to use the SINGLE spy item (spy goggles, blue light to read secret messages, etc).

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