Kids Scavenger Hunts
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Here are a few kids scavenger hunts.
These are for the younger kids
Here you will find a collection of kids scavenger hunts activities
which you will find really useful.
You will need a catalogue, and a written list.
If kids cannot read you could have a list of pictures.
The kids then have to find the pictures in the catalogue and cut or tear out.
They could then glue them to the list.
A red lego brick
Build a lego building with a door and windows.
If kids are to young for this they can build a tower.
A red car
A black crayon
A triangle shape
A thing that is blue
Pick the kids favorite TV characters.
Send them off to find items that will spell out the name.
They should then lay these items out in correct order to spell out the name.
A picture of a teddy bear.
Something beginning with A
Something beginning with B
Something that is smooth
A plastic cup
The word "and"
A picture of a dog
Something you draw with
something you wear on a cold day
something you use on a rainy day
Something beginning with H
Why not try a park scavenger hunt.
make a list of pictures or words.
Kids can tick items off as they find them.
duck eating bread
Once you have done these try out our family scavenger hunts.
Our internet scavenger hunts page has 4 hunts guaranteed to get the kids thinking.
To get inspired check out our page on ideas for scavenger hunts
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