Homophone Scavenger Hunt List

Here's a fun homophone scavenger hunt that's great for kids or anyone else who's learning English. It's therefore perfect for English teachers, parents who homeschool their kids or ESL teachers to use, although can be just as fun when played in other environments like a youth group. About … [Read more...]

Math Scavenger Hunt Questions

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If you want to plan an activity that makes math even more fun, here's a set of math scavenger hunt questions you can use. This idea could be used in the classroom at school if you're a math teacher or at home with your own kids if they're home-schooled (or even if they're not!) It also … [Read more...]

20 Thanksgiving Internet Scavenger Hunt Questions

Thanksgiving Internet Scavenger Hunt

If you want to plan a fun learning activity for kids this fall, here are 20 Thanksgiving internet scavenger hunt questions you can use. These questions are great for using with your kids at home or in the classroom at school if you're a teacher. We've also provided a free printable worksheet … [Read more...]

10 Thanksgiving Scavenger Hunt Riddles

Thanksgiving scavenger hunt

If you want to plan a fun game that'll get kids thinking this fall, here are some scavenger hunt ideas with 10 Thanksgiving riddles you can use, complete with a free printable worksheet with the riddles on. It's perfect for using with your family, as a classroom or homework activity for school or … [Read more...]

First Day Of School Scavenger Hunt

First Day Of School Scavenger Hunt

If you're a teacher and want to plan a fun back to school activity for the classroom, here's a first day of school scavenger hunt idea, complete with a free printable worksheet. It's a great 'Getting To Know You' game that helps with team building, especially if you'll have a group of students … [Read more...]

Water Photo Scavenger Hunt Idea

Water Photo Scavenger Hunt Idea

Here's a fun water photo scavenger hunt idea that can be used with people of any age. It's therefore perfect for kids at school, youth groups and even with adults! Here's how to play it: Resources Pen & paper (optional) Cameras (cell phone cameras are … [Read more...]