This is a valentines1 themed scavenger hunt game intended for Primary school, and played At the library.
I created this scavenger hunt for a special LEGO club Valentine treat!. It is totally free to download, enjoy
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Look for a bag of bricks in the library and build the thing on the index card. When you're done, ask the Librarian to take picture of it!
Envelope: look for a large envelope! The youngest one opens the envelope and find a valentine card for each of you.
Lego Baker: the cookies are almost ready! (Clue: where would you bake cookies?)Look for the arrows.
Lego nurse: find a band-aid and try to put it on your forehead, without the use of a mirror or a friend. The straighter, the better!
Look for a bag of bricks in the hall way and build the thing on the index card. When you're done, as the Librarian to take picture of it!
Find the stairs that go down to front door. Look for the a treat on the bulletin board.
Look for a book with a yellow figure on it. Use the card at the desk to check out the book. Bring to LEGO room.
Waiter, I am thirsty! Where can you have something to drink? (please help yourself!)and find the yellow LEGO man.
Look for lego wheels. Each of you got to build a car. Go to the ramp and have a race!
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