This is a very interesting way to play a scavenger hunt, and a great idea for encouraging children to observe carefully think about objects differently. It works well in small groups as children can "brainstorm" the textures and think of items that might fit, but it is also a fun activity to do one-on-one with your child. There is some nice vocab involved, too!
Texture Scavenger Hunt
Listening is a very good way of calming over-excited children down, so this scavenger hunt might make a useful end-of-party activity.
Use our fun five senses die to play some games that help the children think about our five senses. Ask the children to roll the die and see which sense lands at the top.