For our latest preschooler project, we had a bit of fun going on our very first Scavenger Hunt, one with a NUMBER theme!
Number Scavenger Hunt for Preschoolers
Kiddo wasn’t really sure what a scavenger hunt was, so I joined in the fun this time.
Creating a number scavenger hunt couldn’t be easier.
Step 1: Create a Number Station
I had laminated this numbers chart which I found at a local store and we set it in the living room as we ran around the house. We would use this as our home base. If you don’t have a numbers chart, no worries. Simply print out numbers 1-10 on white paper or use markers instead.
Step 2: Go Hunting
You might have to help younger kiddos, but the goal is to find the amount of an item per number. So we needed to find one of something, two of something, three of something, etc.
This mama wanted to start with the biggest numbers first.
From Little People and crayons to toy screwdrivers and hair bows, we finally finished! We found 10 crayons, four blocks, eight strawberries, two plastic play screwdrivers, and more. Get creative!
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