These free printable scavenger hunts will be a great addition to helping making your family outings fun and exciting while making some wonderful memories.
This awesome scavenger hunt pack contains thirteen different hunts which children can enjoy all year round.
Going for a day trip to beach? Why not take the Summer Scavenger Hunt and enjoy looking for seagulls, shells, balls, goggles and sandcastles?
Taking a walk or bike ride through nature or even going on a camping trip? Take one copy of the nature scavenger hunt for each of the children to search and mark off during their time out.
The alphabet scavenger hunt can be used by young children just learning their letters. You could hide plastic or wooden lowercase alphabet letters around the house or the yard and they could mark off the letters as they find them. Or they could also be used for older children. These children can use these, searching inside the house, while walking through the aisles at the grocery store or even while on holiday, marking off the letters as they find an object that begins with the letter; even writing the name of the item under each letter.
Also included are hunts for all the other seasons as well as for special occasions that happen throughout the year, such as Valentine’s Day, Easter, and Christmas.
What You’ll Need
You will only need a few things to start enjoying these hunts:
- The printable Scavenger Hunt pdf file
- Pen / Marker / Crayon
If you want to make them reusable, laminate each page and have children use a dry-erase marker to complete. Then you can wipe with a wet cloth when finished, ready to be used again.
We like to keep a laminated copy of these hunts in our car, with a dry-erase marker to be used whenever we want.
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Stacey is a homeschooling Christian mum trying to live a simple, frugal, healthy life. She lives with her husband and two gorgeous boys in the sunshine state of Queensland, Australia. You can check out her blog at Simple Living Creative Learning where you find printables, kids activities, homemaking resources, homeschooling encouragement, and even some recipes!