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Get active with a backyard scavenger hunt

May 9, 2013
 
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Example Scavenger Hunt List

A blade of grass longer than your index finger
An acorn cap
A leaf on the ground
A pine cone
A spider web or spider
A twig longer than your thumb
Signs of mice, squirrels or other small animals
Two different kinds of seeds
Moss on the side of a building

What You Do

1. Print out a list.
2. Put your checklist on a clipboard.
3. Bring along a bag or bucket for items you find.
4. Customize your hunt to your surroundings.
5. Take pictures of the objects you find.
6. Have fun!
Source: www.therealhappyhour.org

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Take your family on a scavenger hunt as a fun, active thing to do together the next time you have time to spend together. You will need: a pencil or crayon, scavenger hunt list, bucket or bags to hold objects and a camera.

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