We are spending as much time as we can outside! The fresh air, natural light, calming colors, and open space is good for our emotions and mental health. Plus the great outdoors gives us places to explore, things to discover, endless play experiences, and loads of organic learning opportunities.
But sometimes our kids (and adults) need a little inspiration.
Are you ready to turn your next hike, neighborhood walk, or backyard garden into an adventure?
- Visual discrimination
- Auditory discrimination
- Tactile sensory processing
- Visual scanning
- Figure ground
- 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 Sensory Nature Scavenger Hunt experiences!