Signs of Spring Scavenger Hunt

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Spring has been here for a few weeks and I’ve been so excited for warmer weather! Of course, in Virginia, we might have a beautiful 70-degree day and a 50-degree day the next. My daffodils definitely suffered the wonky weather this year. But once it starts getting warm and the trees start blooming my heart and attitude tend to get a little lighter. Spring might be my favorite season now that I’m an adult.

The warmer weather also means that my kids are happier and more willing to go outside and play! Hooray for more quiet time!

I created a scavenger hunt for us to take on walks or use as we’re driving around town. It keeps the boys engaged, letting them forget they’re stuck in the car or on a walk they didn’t really want to go on in the first place šŸ™‚

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This signs of spring scavenger hunt would be a great outdoor activity for school or daycare as well!Ā The images are easy to identify, making it ideal for toddlers and preschoolers who haven’t learned how to read yet.

Grab your copy of my signs of spring scavenger hunt here!

A thing about my printables:

This worksheet is 8.5Ɨ11 inches. If youā€™d like to use this for yourself, feel free to download itĀ and print a few out. But pleaseā€¦.

  • This printable is for PERSONAL USE ONLY
  • You MAY NOT re-sell, redistribute, or claim theĀ original as your own
  • If you post this on the internet, please give credit toĀ Muddy Boots and Diamonds and link back to this specific post so others can obtain the resource.
  • Iā€™d love to see how you use this worksheet! Please feel free to tag me (Twitter:Ā @bootsndiamondsĀ or IG:Ā @muddybootsndiamonds) when sharing your photos!

Check out more springtime activities on my Springtime Fun board on Pinterest!

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