Sunday, September 11, 2016

Create a Scavenger Hunt for Patterns, with your Camera Phone! (Practical Mondays #27)


Prep it!
1. Go around the house with your phone or iPad and take pictures of all the patterns you find interesting
2. Put all these pictures in one album and hand it over to your kids.

Play it! 
The kids go around hunting for the patterns and click on the heart (on the iPad) as they go! 

While some patterns were fairly obvious (the wheel of the treadmill, carpet, paintings) some were puzzling (I don't believe he couldn't make out the laundry basket!). But really, you can see patterns everywhere around you, so make it easy if your kids are young and you want them to play on their own and zoom into those hidden nooks and crannies for some challenging fun!


Practical Mom: Create a Scavenger Hunt for Patterns by taking pictures of patterns on your iPad or Phone of the couch, curtains, grills, doors, paintings etc in your house or even a restaurant! Keep Kids Busy!



Practical Mom: Create a Scavenger Hunt for Patterns by taking pictures of patterns on your iPad or Phone of the couch, curtains, grills, doors, paintings etc in your house or even a restaurant! Keep Kids Busy!

Practical Mom: Create a Scavenger Hunt for Patterns by taking pictures of patterns on your iPad or Phone of the couch, curtains, grills, doors, paintings etc in your house or even a restaurant! Keep Kids Busy!

Practical Mom: Create a Scavenger Hunt for Patterns by taking pictures of patterns on your iPad or Phone of the couch, curtains, grills, doors, paintings etc in your house or even a restaurant! Keep Kids Busy!


Practical Mom: Create a Scavenger Hunt for Patterns by taking pictures of patterns on your iPad or Camera Phone of the couch, curtains, grills, doors, paintings etc in your house or even a restaurant! Keep Kids Busy!
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21 comments:

  1. I love scavenger hunts and I've never seen an idea like this before - I LOVE it! Pinning and already thinking about when I can plan it...

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    1. It's just that in the few times that we played this, I ran out of things to photograph! lol! Thanks Lisa :)

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  2. sounds like a really interesting idea! Thanks for sharing! #bigpinklink

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  3. We love a scavenger hunt will definitely give this a go! #DreamTeam x

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  4. What a super fun and easy game idea! I love that this could be for the whole family!

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    1. Yes it can be! You'll need to spend more time preparing though! :)

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  5. This is such a good idea! And I will already be able to do this with my children (a lot of crafts/games they are still to young for,) but they can definitely do this! I will be saving and trying! Thanks for sharing with us!
    #bigpinklink

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  6. This is a great idea! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  7. Such a simple idea, yet how fun is that! I think Mr Button will be keen to give this a go. Thank you for linking up to the #DreamTeam

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  8. This is such a fun and simple idea that can be done anywhere. My four-year-old would love it. It would also be a great way to practice shapes, colors, and so many other things.

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  9. I love this idea!Thanks for sharing it with us at Hip Homeschool Moms!

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