So about 2 seconds into my beloved “school’s out for summer” much needed break, the kids started getting bored. Thankfully I stumbled upon this post from Muffin Tin Mom and got right to work!
Click here to download “Find It!”
I handed each child a clipboard with the Find It worksheet clipped to it and instructed them to find each item and draw a picture of it in the box provided. I was amazed at how quickly they all jumped at the chance to do an activity! Here they are gathering and recording their finds:
So if you’re already feeling a little summer boredom, go ahead and download our Find It Worksheet and get their brains back to work! (P.S. I left the downloaded copy blank so you could write in your own items!)
What a cute idea for the younger set! Stopping by on the TOS Crew Blog Walk.We almost have the same blog name 🙂
Love this idea! Thanks for sharing the printable. I think we will use ours in reverse for now. I will draw the pictures and let my son look for the objects (since we aren't reading or drawing quite yet).
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Love your blog and this idea is super! We will try this at home for sure! And I'm following now. :)Thanks for stopping by my blog.
Thanks for sharing about your scavenger hunt…We did a different sort of one, as last week, I decided to start hosting monthly scavenger hunts on my blog. This month's theme was "Continents…sweet"! where families had to go on a snack scavenger hunt…all participants are getting cool prizes, including a nice international cookbook…my next month's scavenger hunt theme is "Shapes in Nature". If your family enjoyed their scavenger hunt, you should pop over and check out what we are doing for this month http://sunriselearninglab.blogspot.com/2010/07/continentssweet-scavenger-hunt-snack.htmland for next month, too…Have a good one:)Colleen