Pocket size folder and Fall scavenger hunt for toddlers.
Now that school has started and the older two kids are gone for 7+ hours I have the little guy all to myself during the day. He just turned 3 this summer and is definitely my wild child (I say that in the most loving way possible). He is BUSY, I mean he constantly keeps me on my toes throughout the day. Without his older brother and sister to keep him entertained I knew I had to have activities planned for him throughout the week. I’ve found that out of all 3 kids he needs a daily routine to keep things flowing. Over the past few weeks we’ve grown accustomed to a before lunch and after lunch routine that makes our days go by smoothly.
To keep him entrained I’ve thought of small activities that are age appropriate and enables him to explore outdoors. A couple days a week we take a walk to the park through a bike trail that’s filled with beautiful scenery and plenty of things to explore. This gave me the idea to create a Fall scavenger hunt for my toddler. In the next few weeks I’ll make him a new one that will include pumpkins and Halloween decorations that he might find throughout the neighborhood. He was so excited to go explore on our Fall scavenger hunt the other day. I created this little folder to write down things we saw/wanted to remember that I plan to use in his project life album.
To make the scavenger hunt folder I used the Lifestyle Crafts folder die. It’s 3×4 inches and perfect for small hands to hold!
Fall Scavenger Hunt Printable
sticky thumb adhesive runner
You can download the 2.5×3.5 printable with the link above or a full 8×10 size here.
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