Signs of Spring Scavenger Hunt + Printable

Warmer days are coming, dear friends! Spring may not officially begin until March 20, 2021, and here in the Midwest we’re certain to see at least another snowfall or two, but rest assured that evidence of spring’s arrival is all around!

Let’s have a little fun after that long, gray winter! Use your senses, and soon you will find yourself seeing, smelling, touching, tasting, and doing all kinds of springy things with this spring scavenger hunt!


Signs of Spring Scavenger Hunt

See:

  • Geese flying north
  • Robins
  • A butterfly
  • Daffodils

Hear:

  • Bumblebee
  • Birds singing
  • Thunderstorm
  • Lawn mower

Smell:

  • Flower blossoms
  • Green grass
  • Dirt
  • A skunk

Feel:

  • Temperature 50+
  • Rain on your skin
  • Melting snow
  • Bare feet outside

Do:

  • Go for a walk or hike
  • Ride bikes
  • Pick fresh flowers
  • Plant seeds
  • Picnic outside
  • Splash in puddles

Spring Scavenger Hunt Printable

Print off the image below, and hang it somewhere your family can see it. Invite your kids to join you!

Signs of Spring Scavenger HuntCongratulations, you just made it through a global pandemic winter! It’s time to celebrate!

Happy Spring, everyone!


Related: Read more spring related posts from Iowa City Moms!

Lianna is a homesteading mama of three: a sparkly seven-year-old daughter, a joyful five-year-old boy, and a confident three-year-old boy. After graduating from the University of Iowa’s college of education, she started Wondergarten Early Enrichment Home, a multi-age, play-based early childhood program. A self-proclaimed Queen Dabbler, she has a long list of hobbies (from gardening and canning to sewing and painting), and doesn’t mind being only mediocre at all of them. She lives with her husband, mother, three kiddos, dog, cat, rabbits, dwarf goats, and chickens on an acreage in the country. The Cornally family spends their time talking about education, learning how to grow and preserve their own food, and romping around in their woods.

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