Hide the SpongeBob Game

Bring new meaning to the game of hide-and-seek with this fun indoor activity.

Hide the SpongeBob Game

If you were to take a trip to Bikini Bottom, you’d expect to run into your favorite under-the-sea sponge. But what happens when SpongeBob SquarePants makes a guest appearance in your child’s sock drawer? Fall is here to stay, and as sad as it is to see jellyfishing season come to an end, that doesn’t mean the fun has to as well. Prank and surprise your kid with hidden SpongeBob faces in the most unexpected places!

What You’ll Need
Pair of yellow socks
Yellow sponge
Bottle of mustard
American cheese slices
SpongeBob printables (print below!)

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How to Play

Print and cut out the number of SpongeBob faces you wish to hide around the house. Tape the faces to any yellow surface in your house (see above for a suggested list of places). Challenge your child to find all of the faces throughout the house).

Alternate idea: Let your child come home from school and randomly discover SpongeBob faces throughout the house!

Hide the SpongeBob Game

Getting dressed in the morning just got a bit more exciting with this sponge-tastic surprise.

Hide the SpongeBob Game

Assign your kid to dishwashing duty and watch them go from annoyed to amused in a matter of minutes.

Hide the SpongeBob Game

Mayonnaise is not an instrument, but finding SpongeBob’s face on the mustard bottle will have your child questioning condiments all over again!

Hide the SpongeBob Game

If cheesiness isn’t already your child’s favorite part of SpongeBob, it will be after this fun surprise.

Hide-and-seek will never be the same!


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