Whether you’re going on a walk in the neighborhood, at the park, or in your backyard, kids are always naturally looking for something. These six posts shared recently on the Discover and Explore linky are great ways to add a little more fun to your outdoor adventures.
Before you head out for your nature walk, check out this awesome nature pack idea for little explorers. You could even keep a nature pack in your car, so you are ready for an adventure any time!
Your kids will love exploring the sounds of the great outdoors with this Sound Walk activity.
Your kids will love finding colors outdoors to match their Color Scavenger Hunt and Nature Bracelet.
A great way to teach your kids about the alphabet is by taking them on an Alphabet Walk around your city.
Going on a rock hunt is a great outdoor activity and you can tie it into a nature study unit!
Your kids will feel like a pirate with this fun Pirate Treasure Hunt activity.
If you need something easy for your toddlers, consider giving this Easy Outdoor Scavenger Hunt for Young Kids a try.
This Simple Color Scavenger Hunt is a great last-minute activity.
Explore nature with your five senses with this Nature Scavenger Hunt.
Find little things to be thankful for with this Gratitude Scavenger Hunt
This easy Outdoor Play Scavenger Hunt will encourage your kids to get outside and play.
This creative Outdoor Scavenger Hunt will encourage your kids to draw the things they find!
We also love this collection of scavenger hunts from Hands on As We Grow. There are 32 ideas for indoor and outdoor scavenger hunts for kids to enjoy.
You don’t need to do any preparation to try these indoor and outdoor scavenger hunts. Use them anytime for a quick boredom buster!
These posts and other highlights have been pinned to the Discover and Explore Pinterest Board.