It’s Friday and let’s get outside and play!  The web is full of scavenger hunts that can be printed out and handed to kids.  Important: Get outside!  Here are a few examples:

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City/Country scavenger huntHiking Hunt








  • No Wooden Spoons has two scavenger hunts-one for in the city and one for outside in nature.
  • Here is a hiking scavenger hunt from Make and Takes.
  • A free downloadable from Empowered by Them at Teachers Pay Teachers for a Grocery Store Scavengr hut
  • Here is one for a neighborhood hunt.from The Bird Feed around this site-many other kinds as ell

All in all, you can even write a list on some scratch paper.  This builds all kind of language-learning opportunities.