Thanksgiving Scavenger Hunt (FREE Printable!)

Thanksgiving Scavenger Hunt - Free Printable

 

If you are looking for a Thanksgiving Scavenger Hunt, look no more!

This free printable is great for kids of all ages.

We kept it simple using only pictures so even the little ones can participate!

There are several ways to play.

You can do the scavenger hunt in teams or as individuals.

Set a time limit and have kids check off their list, take pictures of the items, or bring them back (you can adjust the details depending on ages and whether or not parents are participating).

The winner is whoever finishes first or whoever finds the most items in the given time frame.

This Thanksgiving Scavenger Hunt is a great way to get the fun started and keep everyone from thinking about the wonderful aromas coming from the kitchen.

Scavenger Hunts are always so much fun and a great way to get everyone involved and a great way to learn about everything Thanksgiving.

You can finish up by reading some books about Thanksgiving and answering any questions kids may have.

 

Here are some wonderful Thanksgiving books:

Thanksgiving Is for Giving Thanks  by Margaret Sutherland, Sonja Lamut

Thanksgiving Scavenger Hunt (FREE Printable!)

 The First Thanksgiving: A Lift-the-Flap Book by Kathryn Lynn Davis

 

Thanksgiving Scavenger Hunt (FREE Printable!)

From Seed to Pumpkin by Wendy Pfeffer

Thanksgiving Scavenger Hunt (FREE Printable!)

The Thanksgiving Story by Alice Dalgliesh, Helen Sewell

Thanksgiving Scavenger Hunt (FREE Printable!)

 Secret of Saying Thanks by Douglas Wood, Greg Shed

Thanksgiving Scavenger Hunt (FREE Printable!)

Thanksgiving Scavenger Hunt

Here are the items listed in order just in case you are having trouble identifying any of them:

Cranberries

Acorn

Massachusetts Quarter

Feather

Candle

Cornucopia

Pumpkins

Marching Band

Apple

Santa (HINT: He always makes his big appearance a the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.)

Potatoes

Scarecrow

Download the FREE Thanksgiving Scavenger Hunt Printable here.

 

Share your favorite ideas so we can have the ultimate fall bucket list for toddlers! Homemade Apple Butter in a Crock Pot100 Fall Activities and Transition your Summer Wardrobe into Fall Fashion.

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