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Outdoor Scavenger Hunt Bundle

Outdoor Scavenger Hunt Bundle
Outdoor Scavenger Hunt Bundle
Outdoor Scavenger Hunt Bundle
Outdoor Scavenger Hunt Bundle
Outdoor Scavenger Hunt Bundle
Outdoor Scavenger Hunt Bundle
Outdoor Scavenger Hunt Bundle
Outdoor Scavenger Hunt Bundle
Product Description
This bundle includes 3 outdoor scavenger hunts to use with elementary-aged scientists. Instead of purchasing each scavenger hunt individually, save money by downloading the bundle!

**Insect Scavenger Hunt Description:**
I use this insect scavenger hunt at the end of the year to help keep things "scientific" without confining students indoors when they would rather be anywhere else!

Students are challenged to find 22 insects during this hunt. All of these creatures can definitely be found in Texas, but I'm sure they can be found elsewhere, too!

I show my students a slideshow of pictures of each of the insects before going outside. I also print and laminate the slideshow into a book to take outside while students are hunting so that they can check an insect's appearance before checking it off on their scavenger hunt sheet. You can view a copy of my insect slideshow by visiting this link: http://bit.ly/InsectIDs

**Living vs. Non-Living Scavenger Hunt Description:**
I use this living vs. non-living scavenger hunt at the end of the year to help keep things "scientific" without confining students indoors when they would rather be anywhere else!

Students are asked to find 8 living items and 7 non-living items for a total of 15 challenges. Most items are fairly common in a field, park, or playground, so students shouldn't have too much trouble completing this scavenger hunt.

**Nature Scavenger Hunt Description:**
I use this nature scavenger hunt at the end of the year to help keep things "scientific" without confining students indoors when they would rather be anywhere else!

This nature scavenger hunt is perfect for kindergarteners, ESL students, or students who have trouble reading because there are plenty of pictures!

Students are challenged to find 18 items in nature, ranging from specific things -- pill bugs (rollie-pollies) -- to more general items -- "something hard." A picture example is shown next to each space so that students can "read" the hunt on their own, and students are then encouraged to draw their actual findings in the box beside it. Advanced students are encouraged to write where they found the object, as well.

My class is fortunate enough to have a pond within walking distance, and that is where we go for this scavenger hunt. Thus, fish and tadpoles are included in this hunt. If you do not have fish or tadpoles close by, you could always print and laminate a picture of each and hide it for the students to find. :) All other objects included in this scavenger hunt should be fairly common and easy to find in a field, garden, or park.
Total Pages
3 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
40 minutes
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