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Ages: 3 years +
Purpose: Scavenger hunts are a fun way for children to practice problem-solving while also providing good exercise for their growing bodies.
Create a list of items for the child/ren to find. The older the child the more creative you can be. Some examples might include:
You might choose to write the list out with words, or use/include pictures for younger children or those who will benefit for a visual cue.
2. Children can then go on the scavenger hunt. They can tick off the list, collect each item or take a photo to show they’ve found it!
Qs - What are some other items we can add to our scavenger hunt list? What does the word scavenger mean? What other words might we use for this activity? Where might you find a…? Why would you look for it there?
Extension - Ask your child to create a scavenger hunt for you or for their siblings. Think about how to adapt a hunt to your child’s interests or a particular theme.. such as Spring time, Autumn, their favourite colour, or things starting with a particular letter of the alphabet.
We'd love to see your creations and home based play! Share with us on Facebook at @yrfamilies #YarraRangesPlayYou can contact the YRC Family & Children’s Services team on 1300 368 333 or by email at email@example.com
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