This is a autumn themed scavenger hunt game intended for Pre literate kids, and played At the park.
I created this game for my toddler and his two older cousins on our trip to Heaton Park, a large suburban park in Manchester UK which has a small farm.. It is totally free to download, enjoy
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This feathered friend says quack-quack? Can you talk to DUCK and hear him talk back?
This park has it's own beautiful flock, but have managed to spot a blue PEACOCK?
It's getting colder, Summer is dead But can you collect a leaf that's RED?
Henry's favourite in the play ground. Can you get to the top then SLIDE straight down?
Scarfs can come in many types, Have you seen a scarf with lots of STRIPS?
This cheeky chap has a bushy tail, who can spot a SQUIRREL on our trail?
They keep your feet warm and snug and dry, have you seen anyone in WELLIES walk by?
I light the way when it's night & dark, Can you swing round a LAMPPOST found in the park ?
It's for digging up mud and making holes, can you see a SPADE with a wooden pole?
They hold up roofs of houses proud, Can you stand between 2 COLUMNS and shout out loud?
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