Nature Motor Scavenger Hunt

My kids do not love going on a walk and they are pretty hard to convince that going on a hike is a great way to spend a morning.  But when we spice up the event with a scavenger hunt, it turns the ordinary into something EXTRAORDIONARY!

This week, we are combining regular walks with diverse movement experiences!  Are you ready to join us?

“Movement is the starting point for wiring the brain for learning.” 

-Gill Connell, A Moving Child is a Learning Child

Check out this nature-based MOTOR scavenger hunt!  Simply print off this FREE resource and feel confident that you are supporting your child’s development:

  • Motor Planning
  • Coordination
  • Gross Motor Skills
  • Visual scanning
  • Positional Language
  • Figure ground
  • Organization
  • Attention to task
  • Nature connection

There are two options (1) With picture suggestions for kids that benefit from visual supports or non-readers.  (2) Without pictures to engage more cognitive skills in this activity.

Comment below or share photos on our Facebook page with your Motor Nature Scavenger Hunt experience.  

Have fun!  

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