A fun way to celebrate fall is to go on a fall scavenger hunt. It’s a good way to soak in the sights, smells, and sounds of fall. It also helps you slow down and appreciate the season. It’s my favorite season of all but always seems to go by too quickly.
This printable is designed to use three senses: eyes for sight, nose for smell, and ears for hearing. The first page is all about sight. The goal is to find all 10 items as you go for a walk or look around your neighborhood.
The second page is for smelling and hearing. Don’t worry if you can’t find everything, just try to find some of the items. And you can even add to this list!
As you are finding items, have your child mark them off. We kept a small bag with us to collect a few items, such as leaves, acorns, pinecones, twigs, and flowers on the ground.
I’d love for you to try this out, too!
You can download the printable right here —> Fall Scavenger Hunt
VaNae Barlow says
Hi. I just wanted to say thank you for sharing your ideas. I was a pre-school teacher for 14 years. I sold or gave away most of my things. I had a grandson move here and was
to late to register for pre-school, everything was full. I am trying to put together some
ideas to help him and to give him some special time with me. Your ideas are great.
I would have been your best customer back in the day, but right now your freebies are fabulous. Thank you.
Angela Thayer says
That’s so sweet of you! I’m so glad it’s helpful!