My son is obsessed with scavenger hunts! Soon, it will be autumn, and my kindergartener will be engaged in this fun activity. Whether you have preschoolers, kindergarteners, first graders, second graders, special needs, or ELL students our fall scavenger hunt is a great way to incorporate literacy, movement, and fun. We made our scavenger hunts multi-leveled to meet this need, regardless of age or ability. There are several ways in which you can use our fall scavenger hunt indoors and outdoors. Just read the ideas below!
- Head outdoors and search the neighborhood for the items on our fall scavenger hunt. If it’s rainy, you could even hit the mall, a craft store, dollar store, or local grocery store!
- Print the scavenger hunt, clip it to a clipboard, and head to a pumpkin patch or apple orchard.
- In a school setting, have the whole class search bulletin boards, hallways, and doors for fall images and words.
- Set up a literacy center with many fall books. Have students read, skim, and search to find the fall images.
- Grab our coordinating Fall Word Wall, hide the cards, and play hide and go seek.
- Display the same fall word wall cards, then use riddles and clues using an “I Spy” game.
- Send the fall scavenger hunt home as a fun homework assignment!
We have got you covered for the WHOLE YEAR with our Scavenger Hunt Pack available HERE! And it’s the perfect reason to have lots of scavenger hunt fun!
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