Happy April friends!
Now that the weather is getting nicer, what better time to get outside and do some exploring! Before we left school in March we had been exploring and sending friends on scavenger hunts. I want to remind you that a scavenger hunt is an opportunity to explore (inside or outside) and collect items that are listed. Below I will attach a scavenger hunt for you and your family to complete. Here are some directions 🙂
- Remind your child what a scavenger hunt is.
- Count with your child how many objects are on the list.
- Begin the hunt! Make sure to check off the objects when you get them.
- When you have completed the hunt, sit down with your child and count how many objects you were able to collect.
- Next talk to your child about how many objects you collected for example: did you collect them all? Did you collect all of them except 2? etc.
- Talk to your child about why you may have not collected all of them. For example: If you didn’t find a cloud in the sky, maybe it was a beautiful day out so there were no clouds to be seen.
- Next steps, Pick a few objects that you found and tell your child the meaning or definition of that item.
- Lastly, HAVE FUN 🙂
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