Spring Scavenger Hunt
Isn't it time for a break and a bit of fresh air?Invite your child to go with you on a spring scavenger hunt to have fun and learn about spring.
What to do:
- Invite your child to go outside with you and to see if he can find the things you name.
- Can he find a flower? Can he find grass? Can he find another flower like the first one?
- Does he see a bird? Can he hear a bird? Where does he think it is?
- Let your child smell a flower, feel the damp grass, and splash in a puddle!
- Show him the tiny buds on a branch and a caterpillar or insect.
How to use:
- At another time, let your child plant some seeds to watch, water and love as they grow.
- Help him learn colors by saying, "find a red flower, green grass, and so on."
Let's Talk: Ideas to Explore Together.
- What did you see outside on our spring walk?
- What did you like best?
- Would you like to go again soon?
While you are having fun together, this activity helps your child develop observational skills and matching skills.