6 Scavenger Hunt Ideas to Beat Boredom & Restlessness
We've got another fabulous guest post for your guys today while I step away for maternity leave. This one hails from one of my very favorite kid activity bloggers, Jamie from Hands On: As We Grow. It's an activity that has come in very handy around here lately as I've become less and less mobile. Set your littles up for a scavenger hunt once and you'll be hooked - I guarantee it! Fortunately Jamie has kindly provided us with tons of ideas and variations to keep the fun going. I am a huge…
Sight Word Scavenger Hunt - The OT Toolbox
We started practicing sight words. One day we took them outside for a little movement and learning. Sight Word Scavenger Hunt I wrote our sight words on the sidewalk and had the kids match them up with our cards. They jumped on the word as I called it out and then could put the card ... Read more
Scavenger Hunts for Kids
I have learned that kids absolutely love a scavenger hunt. It can be anything really. From completely random to a set of clues. It can be as easy or as complicated as you'd like. Most people think of outdoor, or nature, scavenger hunts, but they can be for learning, and inside too!
Outdoor Number Hunt & Other Fun!
Pin It Last week I started my mission to have outdoor playtime every day, you can read more about that here. So, this is week two, the weather was pretty rubbish again so we pulled on our wellies and got stuck in! Monday 14th May - I herded the boys outside for a bit of leaf painting. On our walk home from pre-school we picked up a few leaves and took them out into the garden. We painted onto the back of them then pressed them on to paper. The results were pretty, but short lived, I went to…
String Indoor Scavenger Hunt for Kids - hands on : as we grow
Add a twist to your next indoor scavenger hunt for kids with a fun follow-the-string activity. Use this to help your child spell their name or match letters.
the camp out party!
No need to grab your bug spray, we didn't invite the bugs. It's party day. Lou's camp out birthday party was this past weekend and we had a blast. Here's the invitations I showed last week: We put this on the door for all the campers as they arrived: Birthday Trail was to the right side of the house. They followed it to the party. We didn't want any lost campers. Lou loved the "Don't Feed the Bears Sign." He showed it to everybody. I made up the bunting by roughly sewing camping looking…