Thursday, January 23, 2014

Mid-winter Photography Scavenger Hunt

Photo: www.makeandtakes.com 

There are tons of things in and around your house and neighborhood that you probably don’t notice. Some are functional things used everyday and others only get used occasionally.  You and your friends can keep yourself active with a scavenger hunt inside and outside your house.

Scavenger hunts are easy. Just make a list of the things you need to find and the first person or team who completes the challenge wins! You can use a camera or phone to confirm you’ve seen the item. No cheating and copying images from the Internet. If no one finds all the items the person or team with the most finds wins!

Photo: Patti Saitow
Here’s a sample list of items to search for to get you started.

Sunglasses                            Book                           Cat
Baseball bat                          Markers                      Paper Clip
Whisk                                   Ruler                           Mailbox
Football                                Sneakers                      iPod
Wooden spoon                     Crayons                       StuffedAnimal         
Soccer ball                           Seashell                       Pillow
Colander/strainer                 Calculator                    Lamp
Roller skates/rollerblades    Clock                           Sunscreen
TV remote                            Tennis racquet             Milk
Baseball                                Kaleidoscope              Dog
Family photos                       Flowers (real or fake)
Headphones                         

Photo: Patti Saitow
Don’t tear up your house or your friend’s house looking for these things. Find them, photograph them and put them back where you found them.


Have fun, be safe and keep active!!