Encourage children to take full advantage of their school's playground with this fun scavenger hunt activity. Including ten separate activities, from climbing across the monkey bars to playing hopscotch with a friend, this resource will...
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Send students on a search for facts about the solar system with this scavenger hunt activity. Whether they are finding out how far the sun is from the earth, or the names of all four gas giants, this resource will engage young scientists...
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After months of hard work it's time to relax and have some fun with this end-of-the-year activity. Provided with a series of eight color-coded clue cards, students must search the classroom for different colored objects as they attempt...
Hand out this activity and lead your class on a scavenger hunt. Pupils look for examples of shape, form, balance, pattern, perspective, space, and depth. They draw and write about the examples they've found. A great resource to add to...
Hunt through your classroom or around your school's campus for items that begin with every letter of the alphabet! Learners can record the words on this page, which lists the alphabet and provides lines to write on.
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Did you know that a polar bear's skin is actually black? Or that the lightest mammal weighs less than a paperclip? Young scientists learn these and other amazing facts about mammals as they explore the animal kingdom with this fun...
Exactly how environmentally friendly is your school? From the air fresheners in the bathrooms to the cleaning solvents used in the classrooms, young conservationists search the school grounds for sources of air pollution in...
One of the nice things about geometry is that it's all around us. The lesson presented here has elementary schoolers go out to the playground to identify and name a variety of geometric shapes. They perform a "geometric scavenger hunt"...
A good idea. To build both speech and social skills special ed students go on a scavenger hunt. They locate people around the school and say a series of words, when they say the words correctly they receive a prize. They also ask for...
In this Lewis and Clark scavenger hunt worksheet, students participate in an Internet scavenger hunt to answer five questions regarding the Lewis and Clark expedition.
Send your scholars on a measuring scavenger hunt with this interactive activity! They use a graphic organizer to record their findings as they search for items which are less than, more than, or just about one inch long. For each, they...
Shapes are everywhere in the world around us, from rectangular doors to the circular wheels of a car. The second lesson in this series opens the eyes of young mathematicians to this wonderful world of shapes as they search the classroom,...
Students discover how to read nutrition labels. In this nutrition lesson, students review important vocabulary words, such as "sodium" and "calories." Students practice reading labels from various containers of food and participate in a...
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Coloring pages showcase microbes—bacteria, viruses, and protists. Scholars have the option to download a coloring book and scavenger hunt or color the page directly on the computer. Three paragraphs describe each microbe.
First, teach your class how to read a compass, and then do the scavenger hunt. This is rather a nice little activity to do. It can be done as part of a unit on orienteering or just for the fun of it as a stand-alone lesson. The fun...
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How many items can your learners find that are approximately one inch in length or width? Using this graphic organizer, they find nine, labeling and drawing each. A line that is 1-inch is provided at the bottom of the page, or you could...
In this animal habitat worksheet, students participate in a scavenger hunt that involves an in-depth study of animal habitats and then correlates that concept to the student's own personal habitat's.
In this animal/science worksheet, students participate in a scavenger hunt to locate a variety of animals with different shapes, sizes and colors found in a zoo.
Who doesn't enjoy an engaging scavenger hunt? Here, scholars listen to, and discuss, the informative text, Where is my Continent? by Robin Nelson. They then explore the seven continents and four major oceans using Google Earth.
In this Queen Victoria worksheet, students utilize the Internet to visit one specific website to find the answers to five short answer questions associated with Queen Victoria.
In this Mother's Day worksheet, students utilize the Internet to access one specific website to answer five factual questions about why we celebrate Mother's Day.
Going on a scavenger hunt sounds like a great way to spice up any lesson plan. To better understand how beneficial insects are, the class goes outdoors to search for and observe a bug that has big benefits. Included in the lesson plan...
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Young theatre artists engage in a scavenger hunt to acquaint themselves with set design. The challenge is to search the site and match a separate maquette with each of the 24 clues.
Second graders participate in a library scavenger hunt. Using a database, they practice typing in words to search for as they look for a book. They complete a worksheet with instructions to finish the scavenger hunt. To end the lesson,...
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