Our kids love scavenger hunts and ask for them constantly! They have not meet one they did not like. A scavenger hunt is a great way to learn about something while having fun.
Whether it’s Earth Day or just a nice day to be outdoors, this Nature Scavenger Hunt is a great way to educate and make kids aware of what our natural world has to offer.
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Our kids love pointing out and identifying things they see along the way on our nature walks. We often come up with a several treasures. This little nature scavenger hunt books offers a guide for them.
This Nature Scavenger Hunt is really easy and quick to put together.
- Nature Scavenger Hunt (download & print)
- White Cardstock
- Scotch Thermal Laminator (optional)
- Swingline Guillotine Paper Trimmer (optional)
- Hole Punch
- Book Ring
1. Print the nature scavenger hunt and cut out the cards. I used a paper trimmer similar to this one: Swingline Guillotine Paper Trimmer, but scissors work as well.
2. We made our nature scavenger hunt reusable, by laminating the cards.
3. Use a hole punch and put a hole in the top corner. Put all the cards together with the “My Nature Scavenger Hunt” card on top. Use a book ring to secure the cards.
Extend the Activity:
- Make a collage from items you gather on your walk.
- Make pine cone bird feeders.
- Make rock pets.