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30 Days of Activities At Home With The Kids [Day Fifteen]


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I started writing this series the morning I got an email from my son’s school issuing a notice saying that the schools would be closed for at least two weeks (but likely longer) due to the current Covid-19 outbreak. Many parents are in the same spot. This is why I’m doing this.

Each day I’ll share a simple activity that you can do with your kids that will help pass the time. Sometimes these with be educational. Sometimes these activities will be family projects. Sometimes they will simply be entertainment options.

If you want to add some ideas to the list please do so in the comments.

You can see the full list of activities (updated daily through-out the 30 day series) at DaddysGrounded.com/30days/

National Geographic Kids Website Scavenger Hunt

Day Fifteen: Scavenger Hunt (Online)

Who doesn’t love a list to check items off of one by one? Scavenger hunts are better than a to do list. Here’s a scavenger hunt list for you to use on the National Geographic Kids website! You up for this?

  1. [ ] Find a picture of a Harry Frogfish
  2. [ ] Find a picture of a Stegosaurus
  3. [ ] Find a picture of a Gecko
  4. [ ] Find a video about the planet Venus
  5. [ ] Find a video about the Birds of California
  6. [ ] Find an article titled What is a Supermoon
  7. [ ] Find the Plastic-Free Guides list in Kids vs. Plastic
  8. [ ] Find the Cookies in a Jar recipe.
  9. [ ] Find the Dangerous Dentistry: Funny Fill-In
  10. [ ] Find the Quiz Whiz: Cats Quiz
  11. [ ] Find a picture of the Great Horned Owl
  12. [ ] Find the Try This! How to Make a Squishy Egg video
  13. [ ] Find the Fast Facts list about Illinois
  14. [ ] Find the Fast Facts list on Mission to Mars
  15. [ ] Find the video Protecting the Sun Bears of Borneo

Do you like scavenger hunts? How long did it take you to complete this list? Let me know in the comments!


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