I love it when things work out the way I hope!
I put together an indoor scavenger hunt for my kiddos, who are now 13 & 9. I have been trying to find new ways to entertain them this summer without electronics and without "needing" to go somewhere. The older they get the harder it seems to be... However the scavenger hunt was a TOTAL SUCCESS!! They worked together taking turns, used their imaginations and had fun!!!
For #46, they took a picture of me!!
I compiled several scavenger hunt lists I found online to make one long one! I had my kids take pictures of everything they found as well as write down what they found or where they found it. I have a list of 100 items and I decided to divide it in half instead of doing it all in one day. Not that it took my kids very long to get through the list, I wanted to get more than one day of entertainment out of it. We also might do an alphabet scavenger hunt!
Here is my list if you would like to use it yourself! I included some fun "rules" at the bottom! Ill post the second list after we do it.
Indoor Picture Scavenger Hunt (list 1)
1. Something shiny
2. Something new
3. Something GREEN
4. Something you can eat
5. Something you wear on your feet