Scavenger hunts are always fun. There's something about the search for the prize that just makes people smile. That's why there are pirates!
I wanted another scavenger hunt for our preschool/playgroup, but one where each child gets the exact same thing. I know I should be teaching my children that life isn't fair but I've decided that a lesson with 7 other children is not the time that I want to deal with that tantrum if I can help it.
So this week, we're focusing on the letter "B" and I've decided on a hunt for things that start with B. But how to do it? Simple!
Create a page for each child with pictures of items around your home that start with B. Then write (or print on the computer) the word for each object on a sheet of file label stickers. Just make sure you put all of that word on the same sheet. (Email me if you want this sheet -- I can't get a Word file to attach . . .)
And then off you go!
Our group of kiddos (ages 2 & 3) had a great time running around the house looking for obvious things and then putting stickers on their paper. I guess they could've colored it too but it worked pretty well. And they covered lots of words that start with the letter B!