A scavenger hunt is a really fun way to keep your kids occupied while also building language skills. Use this activity to teach vocabulary, receptive language and sight words. Most importantly, have a lot of fun! Use these steps to set up an easy scavenger hunt at home.
Get your free printable living room scavenger hunt!
To start, download your free printable Living Room Scavenger Hunt. You can print it out and use it to work on basic vocabulary in your living room with your child.
How to use the printable scavenger hunt
Depending on your child’s age and skills, you can print out the scavenger hunt and have your child look for each item solo. Otherwise, you could look for the items together.
I created the printable scavenger hunt with real photos which makes it easier for young kids, and kids with language difficulties to find each item.
You can use the printable in several different ways!
Have your child look for each item and call out the name of the item to build vocabulary skills.
Call out the name of the item and have your child go find it and point to it to build receptive language skills.
Go on a treasure hunt together to look for each item to play a fun game that also promotes social interaction skills.
If you have more than one child, have them set out to do the activity together!
Don’t forget to print out your free printable living room scavenger hunt
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Printable Scavenger Hunt for Your Living Room
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