This activity was wonderful for working on attributes, but it also lent itself well to other goals. Some of my early elementary kids need a little help with organization, and following a list to complete a task was more difficult than one would think! It was also another great EET activity: we chose three items and used the EET method to talk about them. We also compared and contrasted the different leaves we collected, and several types of flowers.
If you've been following my Camp Journal posts, you know we are earning badges this summer. After completing this hunt and the tasks associated with their goals, the kids happily added the Nature Badge to their journals.
I adapted this list from an idea I saw on Pinterest, from thefrugalgirls.com. If you'd like a copy of my list, you can download it here.
Enjoy these last lazy days of summer!