Spring has almost sprung and your little ones are likely itching to get out and explore! Scavenger hunts are a great way to work on memory and recognition skills while also getting outdoors and staying active. A typical scavenger hunt involves sight, but have you ever tried searching with your other senses? Take your adventure to the next level with a Springtime Sensory Walk. Working on developing all five senses will fully immerse your child in the surrounding nature and help them reach key development milestones.
Try out this sensory walk the next time you’re looking to take the adventure outdoors. If you don’t think you’ll be able to find the items on the list or if your child requires a more advanced hunt, modify this with a few ideas of your own! The possibilities are endless.
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