Autumn Scavenger Hunt: I took this idea and made my own for older kids. I put a point value next to each item so we could break out in groups and make it more competitive. I included things like: Take a picture around a large tree, write down the address of a house with smoke coming from the chimney, etc. Fun to do before/ after Thanksgiving dinner?
Here’s how the educational scavenger hunt works: 1) Divide your puzzle pieces into 10 envelopes 2) Create rhyming clues for all the place you want to hide the pieces 3) Place the clues inside the envelopes, and hide them throughout the house! 4) Once everything is set-up, ask your child to go find the clues to help build their puzzle! 5) Once all the pieces are collected and before you begin to assemble your puzzle, use this as an opportunity to practice “counting by tens”.