Print off a copy of this nature scavenger hunt kids
list and then round up the kids and divide them into
teams for a scavenger hunt game that will challenge them to explore and be creative.
Winning is only limited to the imagination and we all
know that kids have the BEST imaginations going.
It is especially fun to have the kids explain their choices later because, trust me, some of their answers will be unbelievably creative. I am always amazed at how well children can stretch the limits of imagination and come up with very reasonable explanations for things that are nothing short of... in adult world... UNBELIEVABLE!
So, be prepared to judge some findings with childlike imagination and may the most creative team win!
Note: This scavenger hunt list doesn't have to be limited to a nature hunt. It works in a number of other venues, including in the house, at the mall, in the classroom...
Find and bring back...
01. something that is hard
02. something that is round
03. something that is orange
04. something that is soft
05. something that is square
06. something with holes
07. something that is long
08. something that is ugly
09. something that is plastic
10. something you can rip
11. something made of steel
12. something that is black
13. something you can draw with
14. something that can bounce
15. something that grows
16. something that is scented
17. something you can eat
18. a container
19. something you can write on
20. something that makes noise
Let the kids use their imaginations. If they can make an
item they find make noise; it counts. If they bring back a
leaf to write on, it counts. This list is meant to stimulate
Mar 19, 21 10:51 AM
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