A scavenger hunt is a great learning experience for curious children. Here, Oggie prepares to scan his scavenger hunt artifacts.
Use gathered scavenger hunt artifacts (photos or 3-D objects) to create a scanned keepsake project—or even a science or biology report for school. You can even create a scavenger hunt project simply for the fun of it!
Here are a couple ways to get the adventure rolling:
Find focus: Give them inspiration and focus by printing up a list of 10-15 objects that one might find in your chosen territory (leaves, pine cones, etc). When making your list, consider the season, the time of day, and the environment.
Set boundaries: Whether it's a public park, your own backyard, or even along city streets, decide where your little scavengers are going to roam, and then set clear location boundaries.
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