Here is a fun way to combine the challenge of a scavenger hunt with a little bit of learning! Search for an object that matches each 2D shape on the list, and colour the shapes when you find them. Children can play individually, in teams, or just work away quietly on their own. We have more ideas and advice about scavenger hunts here.
2D Shape Scavenger Hunt
Turn a scavenger hunt into a little bit of 3D shape practice! The kids will love it although they may find it quite a challenge to find a cone or pyramid! That's what makes a scavenger hunt to much fun, though ... the challenge!
Try this garden bird scavenger hunt in your own garden or on an outing to the park or countryside. How many of the birds on the list can the children 'tick off'?