Scavenger hunts are a ton of fun and this neighborhood scavenger hunt won’t disappoint.
Your little kids will have a fabulous time looking for bikes, cars, stop signs and other commonly found things in the neighborhood.
I threw in a couple of other FREE scavenger hunts too. I’ll show them to you. It’s going to be great!!
1. Neighborhood Scavenger Hunt
Grab your scavenger hunts and go for a stroll in the neighborhood. A great way to the some movement to your day while having fun.
Make it a challenge and see how many you can find in 10 minutes.
2. What Do You Hear
Double the fun by listening to the sounds as well. I left a couple of spots for the kids to draw what they hear. Maybe there is a train nearby or some construction going on in the neighborhood.
3. Shapes Scavenger Hunt
Practice recognizing shapes! Look around and you might just find these shapes on your walk around the neighborhood or a park.
4. Color Scavenger Hunt
Preschoolers and maybe some older kids too like this color walk scavenger hunt. Find various things in different colors and draw them.
5. Nature Scavenger Hunt
This nature scavenger hunt is fun to do in the neighborhood, park or on a trail hike.
6. What Do You Hear Inside
And one for the home too: what do you hear in the house.
You could do also the shapes and colors scavenger hunts indoors.
Free Scavenger Hunts for Kids
Rain or shine you can go for a neighborhood scavenger hunt with kids! The additional scavenger hunts provide variety or an extra challenge.
Grab the FREE SCAVENGER HUNTS for kids!