Many children, as parents could likely attest to, have a natural urge to explore — which is easily satiated by a good scavenger hunt. Below are a couple of ideas to get a great scavenger hunt started. When you have heard, "Are we there yet? Find various items with names that begin with each letter of the alphabet.
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Sound Walk from Buggy and Buddy. Red clay can be quite pretty so go and find some, bring back just a little bitty. Give each group a digital camera or a cell phone with camera. Click the link below to download your own copy of my list. When starting with the scavenger hunt, divide everyone into teams and give each team a list full of things the kids need to find in nature. I adore Scavenger Hunts! When the time is up - or when you have found all of the items - return to the starting point.
These games can be played over and over again. Stopping by from Motivation Monday. Bring back something that can be recycled.
East Coast Mommy. Easter Scavenger Hunt from Artsy Momma. Spread out your booty on the picnic table and see what you have. With some help from the adults, your little scavenger hunters will be both entertained and engaged until every item gets checked off the list. Next interview princess and the frog charlotte