Looking for something to do before the summer ends? Maybe planning ahead for fall activities? Why not try a little nature scavenger hunt!
- It is easy to do!
- It keeps the kids busy!
- It gives them exercise time!
- It is a lot of fun!
- All ages can participate!
- It is educational (shh – don’t tell them that!
Ideas for a Nature Scavenger Hunt
I created a nature scavenger hunt for my kids with a list of things they could find in our own backyard. Other options are to plan a walk around the neighborhood or hike at a local park or (if you’re lucky) some nearby mountains.
This image is just a way to get you started. Feel free to print our graphic (PDF) or make your own. With a nature scavenger hunt, it is easy to make it easy or tougher for your hunters! We have styled this graphic so that it can be used like a “bingo” card and has visuals for young, pre-readers.
Not only is a nature scavenger hunt fun, it is a wonderful way to get your kids to spend a little more time observing the world around them.
About Heather Bowcutt
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