This is a fourth-of-july themed scavenger hunt game intended for Primary school, and played Out in nature.
A game for children of all ages to play during a summer swim and garden party.. It is totally free to download, enjoy
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This has nuts inside and sometimes wears glitter at Christmas. It is found under something coniferous.
This always wears a cap and can be found in the autumn. Find two of them!
This falls through the air twirling like a helicopter. Find it wherever maple syrup comes from. Find one.
This has a green wrapper but inside is something nutty. Find one.
This is a pink beauty that grows high in a tree and might be full of ants. Pick only one.
Now find the same thing but look for a white one. Pick only one.
This is round and red and sweet, but watch out for stickers! Pick only one.
Sometimes toothpaste and chewing gum are flavored with this. There are two kinds. Pick one leaf of each.
Sometimes used as a Christmas decoration, this leaf is prickly and stays green all year. Pick one leaf.
Sometimes these pop out of the ground after a rain. They can be found growing in the grass. Pick one.
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