Spring Scavenger Hunt

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Spring is made for spending time outdoors. I’ve never met a kid who didn’t love splashing in puddles and watching the world emerge before their eyes. A Spring Scavenger Hunt is a fun way to explore nature in the spring.

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Kids love hiking in the woods in the spring.

How to Use this Spring Scavenger Hunt

Download the FREE Spring Scavenger Hunt here and print out enough copies for everyone who wants to participate. Grab some pencils and head outside. Simply check off each item as you spot them in nature.

Take Pictures

We bought our three-year-old son this camera for Christmas. It has great storage so he can take all the pictures that he wants to and we can print out his best ones. Grab a camera (or even your phone) to take pictures of each of the items on the checklist as you find them.

Have a Contest

If you are enjoying this scavenger hunt with several children you may want to have them compete against each other or in small groups to see who can find the most items first. You can offer a prize if you like or the winners can enjoy bragging rights.

Extended Your Learning

This spring scavenger hunt should serve as a catalyst for extended learning and is not meant to be a stand-alone activity.

Other Scavenger Hunts

Winter Scavenger Hunt

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Spring is made for spending time outdoors playing and exploring. A Spring Scavenger Hunt is a fun way to explore nature in the spring.

Download your FREE Printable Winter Scavenger Hunt here.

Spring is made for spending time outdoors playing and exploring. A Spring Scavenger Hunt is a fun way to explore nature in the spring.

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