My children love to go on scavenger hunts. We’ve been on a Zoo Scavenger Hunt, Beach Scavenger Hunt, and even an Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt. Since it is winter and way too cold to go outside, we are always looking for fun, indoor learning activities. So, we went on a Letter Sound Scavenger Hunt today.
Supplies for a Letter Sound Scavenger Hunt:
- Alphabet Blocks
- Plastic Bowl or Paper Bag
Directions for a Letter Sound Scavenger Hunt:
- Place the alphabet blocks in plastic bowl or paper bag.
- Pick one block from the bowl or bag.
- Identify the letter on the block.
- Search the house or classroom for something that begins with the letter on the block.
- Bring the object back to the designated area and state the name of the object and letter sound.
Extend The Learning:
- Sight Words: Spell out sight words using the blocks.
- ABC Order: Put the blocks in alphabetical order
Get your kids moving this winter and make learning fun with this Letter Sound Scavenger Hunt.
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This is such a great idea! We’ve been working to pool together items that start with a specific letter, but I love finding one item for each letter.
Adventures of Adam says
So many possibilities with this open ended activity. My letter obsessed son would love it!