Seaside Scavenger Hunt

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We are fast approaching the end of term and so to celebrate at Rainbows and Brownies we were having our last meeting on the beach!  This is a great way for the girls to let their hair down as they will have had a busy term at school, and at Rainbows and Brownies.  It’s provides a fantastic opportunity for the Brownies and Rainbows to spend time together and for the Rainbows to meet the Brownies they will eventually move up to join.  It’s a lovely way to end the term before we say goodbye for the summer, and for some girls a final goodbye as they move on to Guides or for new adventures elsewhere.

If you’ve followed my blog for a while then you’ll know that I love a Scavenger Hunt! There really is a hunt for all occasions whether it’s summer and you can get outside for a Nature Scavenger Hunt or it’s winter and you need to do something inside such as a Christmas Scavenger Hunt.

For this Scavenger Hunt, we will be separating the girls into groups of four with a mix of Rainbows and Brownies to help with the reading!  If you’re doing this as a family, there are so many ways you could try this including breaking off into pairs, adults v children or each person doing their own hunt!

I’m not expecting the girls to necessarily find all the items on the list, although they might.  However, I am hoping that lots of the items to find are vague enough to encourage some thinking outside the box!

I have included a bonus challenge to find a sea creature.  I will be having a chat to the girls before they start about being kind if the do find any creatures and making sure they do not disturb them but rather admire from a safe distance.

I have included a free printable of the hunt here so you can have a go with your family and friends. If you have a go at the Seaside Scavenger Hunt, I’d love to hear about it.  If you take any pictures, do feel free to tag me on Instagram and Twitter!

Click here to download your copy of the Seaside Scavenger Hunt

Seaside Scavenger Hunt

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  1. Great idea, I love scavenger hunts too! A great way to encourage imagination and interest, with a dose of competition without sports! I particularly like finding something you think is a treasure, I’m sure you’ll get a really varied response to that one!

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  2. This sounds like great fun and a great way to keep children entertained on trips to the beach during the summer holidays. #dreamteam


  3. This sounds fun! A great end of term summer activity. Unfortunately we’re not anywhere near a beach, but I’d like to try making my own scavenger hunt and adapt it to where we are. Thanks for joining #kcacols, hope you can link up next time!


  4. Such a fun thing to do, hope it went well and wish I could have joined in I love a good scavenger hunt especially if its on the beach! #KCACOLS


  5. I often did scavenger hunts for the children when I was working nas a registered child minder, never managed to do a list as good as yours though #thatfridaylinky@_karendennis

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  6. This sounds lovely! My brother and I used to do scavenger hunts like these when we were kids and they were always great fun #thatfridaylinky


  7. Oh wow is there anything better than a scavenger hunt – and a free printable? Thank you so much. I did one of these in the house last year for my daughter’s birthday party and the kids went absolutely wild for it. They were having a brilliant time! I would never have thought of doing one down at the beach so this is lovely. A great idea #KCACOLS

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