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Printable Spring Scavenger Hunt

Mar 24, 2016

The long, snowy winter is winding down and the early signs of spring are finally on their way!

Here is a spring scavenger hunt that uses all the senses to explore the great outdoors. It's a wonderful way to soak up the days getting a little longer, the air getting a little warmer and the great thaw that promises new life.

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Instructions:

1. Print out the scavenger hunt.

Click on the images to open the pdf.

Printable spring scavenger hunt.

 

Printable spring scavenger hunt.

2. If you want to reuse the scavenger hunt again and again, you can slide the scavenger hunt into a plastic page protector or laminate it. Use a dry erase marker to mark items as you find them.


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3. I suggest putting the list on a clipboard and tying the marker or pencil to the clipboard. This makes the activity easier for kids (and parents—no more lost markers!).

4. Find a basket to hold the scavenger hunt finds

5. Dress for the weather and head on out into the beauty!

Article Author Shanti Nordholt-McPhee
Shanti Nordholt-McPhee

Shanti Nordholt-McPhee is one half of the blog Twig and Toadstool. The blog is primarily a natural based craft blog that she created with the help of her friend Maureen. They create beautiful crafts made out of natural and beautiful materials, things that are inspired by Mother Nature, embellished with glitter, whimsy and imagination! Shanti is a mother of two beautiful girls, ages eight and eleven, and she feels fortunate enough to live in a part of Eastern Ontario where she is surrounded by the beauty of the natural world and part of a community of parents who encourage creativity and JOY!

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