Free Printable Scavenger Hunt Activity
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I dream of one day having a beautiful family backyard garden, full of fresh veggies that our kids can pick throughout the summer. Unfortunately gardening is one of those skills I definitely do not have. I cannot get seeds to sprout, remember to water my plants, or even remember that I have plants to water at all. I am lucky to keep my poor succulents alive. While shopping with my kids and doing our grocery scavenger hunt, I could not be more grateful for the people who have a green thumb in this world.
This time of year is perfect to teach kids about the Garden of Eden. I can only imagine what types of fruit and vegetables God gave Adam and Eve to care for and enjoy.
Genesis 1:29 And God said, “Behold, I have given you every plant yielding seed that is on the face of all the earth, and every tree with seed in its fruit. You shall have them for food.
Grocery Scavenger Hunt Activity
Grocery shopping with 3 kids can get interesting. The oldest tries to practice hop scotch and the youngest just wants more strawberries. The middle child wants to know how does a scale work and what items are on sale. Being 8 months pregnant with our fourth kid, I needed something to keep them busy. Thus, the grocery scavenger hunt was born.
You can print your own copy HERE>> Grocery Scavenger Hunt
TIP: Print off one for each child. I made the mistake of only bringing one copy to the store, resulting in arguments and tears over who got to hold the paper. Oh parenting…
While your child searches for fruit and veggies of each color, talk about how God made all of these amazing plants for us to eat. Plants come in different shapes, colors, and textures. Some grow in the ground and some on trees. What an amazing gift God has given us.
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