Activity 3: Neighborhood Scavenger Hunt
I love to take walks through the neighborhood, especially on cool mornings. If you don’t have the luxury of taking morning walks, afternoon and evening walks are great too.
When the kids are in the mood to tag along for the exercise, they are usually playing and running around not noticing the beautiful things in our neighborhood. With my younger ones I like to challenge them to show me things in the neighborhood, there could be hidden gems in front yards and in trees.
For activity three I thought a neighborhood scavenger hunt would be fun during your daily walk. I have my children point out letters, numbers, colors, shapes, and pairs.
I know that every neighborhood is different, but I’m sure your child could find everything on this scavenger hunt list and more. Please feel free to add to the list or create your own.
Share with The Blue Desk on Facebook and let me know if you used my list, one of your own, or added to the list. I would love to know what things you added. If you take pictures of your outings please tag TheBlueDesk on Instagram.