A great way to start an adventure is to have a goal in mind for what you hope to see, and this is where a scavenger hunt list can be just the ticket to keeping kids engaged during an expedition. Here are some scavenger hunt lists to print out and enjoy. Tell the kids to bring their colored pencils and their very sharpest eyeballs!
Scavenger Hunts with Drawing Spaces:
“Shape Seeker” – A scavenger hunt for 8 basic shapes: Shape Scavenger Hunt
“1, 2, 3 Count with Me” – A scavenger hunt for things that can be found in groups of 1-12: 123 Scavenger Hunt
“A is for Adventure” – An alphabet scavenger hunt for things that start with A thru Z: ABC Scavenger Hunt
“Color Collector” – A scavenger hunt for things that are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, white and black: Colors Scavenger Hunt
Scavenger Hunts for Specific Locations:
Far East Center – A scavenger hunt for cultural items commonly seen at an Asian store: Asian Market Scavenger Hunt A scavenger hunt for things commonly seen around the time of Chinese New Year: Chinese New Year Scavenger Hunt