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The garden is full of amazing sights and sounds for any child.

Send your student for a stroll through the garden with this fun Garden Scavenger Hunt. How many items will he be able to find?

Items You Will Look for with the Garden Scavenger Hunt

Your student will search all around the garden for these items:

  • Caterpillar
  • Boots
  • Dandelion
  • Snail
  • Flowerpot
  • Spider’s Web
  • Trowel
  • Daisy
  • Watering Can
  • Worm
  • Fruit or Vegetable
  • Weed
  • Gloves
  • Clover
  • Beetle
  • New Shoots

This scavenger hunt also includes a bonus item: A bee collecting some pollen!

As your student locates each item, have her color it on the printable page provided.

For extra fun, give your student a magnifying glass and allow him to carefully examine the items as he finds them.

Benefits of the Garden Scavenger Hunt

This garden scavenger hunt is great as a go-along with your garden theme. It provides many benefits for your student.

  • Scavenger hunts boost observation skills. As your child looks for objects, he will develop better observation skills.
  • Scavenger hunts require movement; this promotes gross motor development.
  • A scavenger hunt through the garden can provide safe sensory input for your student (touch a fuzzy leaf, look for a bright flower, taste a fruit or vegetable, and hear someone working with a tool).
  • If you work on the scavenger hunt as a team, it will promote cooperation and social skills development.

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More Garden Themed Resources for Your Students

We have gobs of garden printables for your students. Here are a few:

Growing Vegetable Soup Unit Study & Printables
Muncha, Muncha, Muncha Lapbook
Vegetable Pattern Activity Pages