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    Scavenger Hunt

    The most fun group game you will ever play. Once you play, you will agree. Instructions for making the Candy Ball and playing the game.


    35 nature activities for kids

    This is just the best use of toilet paper rolls I have ever seen!

    Paper Bag Characterization-Students illustrate their main character on the front. One side is the character's likes & dislikes, and the other is how other characters react to and interact with their main character. Students must place 10 objects in the bag that symbolize something important about their character--LOVE for a book report/project idea

    This is awesome! Complete Ecosystem in 2 liter bottles.

    Love this!! You take the lids off baby wipes containers and glue them to a piece of cardboard. the possabilities are endless... vocab word on outside, definition inside. I might put white contact paper on the cardboard, then you could use dry erase markers with it. Man I can't wait to have the school room back together!!!

    I must make treasure hunt cards Picture of EXPLORE - Beach Scavenger Hunt

    This is a cute way to do a Nature Hunt!

    Scavenger Hunt Clues - How to Write Scavenger Hunts

    Community project - create different buildings in a community

    Go on a nature's colors scavenger hunt

    Sorting nature

    Spring Scavenger Hunt for kids! Free to print, great to get the kids outside on a beautiful spring day!

    Nature Scavenger Hunt

    Vacation Sorted, with these Nature Play Ideas - Now I know I am bias, as this is one of "our posts", but I have to say, I am SOOOO excited about this little post - as we had SUCH a lovely time playing with nature on our last holiday. I loved that really, all we used where things we found. No paint, no glue, no string, no pens. Just playful nature fun. I hope that these are usefull to you on YOUR holidays too!

    michele made me: Pebbles and Pinecones: A Family Game

    Nature Bingo--to do on nature walks!

    Alphabet scavenger hunt. Throw a bean bag on a letter and let kids find objects starting with that letter.