Free Printable Fall Scavenger Hunt for Toddlers and Preschool

by | Sep 8, 2020

Heading to a farm or pumpkin patch this season? Bring along a fall scavenger hunt for your toddler or preschooler to learn the new fall sights

Heading to a farm or fall festival this season? You may want to bring along a fall scavenger hunt for your toddler or preschooler to help them see and understand the new fall sights.

This fall scavenger hunt is perfect for a day at a pumpkin patch, fall festival, or farm. Honestly, you may even see a lot of these items just while shopping at a store in the autumn time frame!

Heading to a farm or pumpkin patch this season? Bring along a fall scavenger hunt for your toddler or preschooler to learn the new fall sights

Teach your little ones all about the fall season, including the nature items associated with it: apples, pumpkins, corn, gourds, etc. that grow for us to pick during these months. They will also learn about the people and equipment that work on a farm like farmers, tractors, windmills, and barns. Show them all of the animals that they’ll see on the farm, like horses, pigs, and sheep.

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I actually used this fall scavenger hunt for my son’s first birthday. We had a Pumpkin Patch Birthday Bash at a farm and it was a perfect way to celebrate a fall birthday. You can check out all the details of this party theme on my blog post here.

Heading to a farm or pumpkin patch this season? Bring along a fall scavenger hunt for your toddler or preschooler to learn the new fall sights

The fall scavenger hunt prints as 5×7. If you have heavier card stock, that may hold up the best, however regular copy paper will do just fine. Don’t forget to bring a crayon or marker with you for your child to check off the items as he sees them!

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Check out these other free fall printable items, including Apple Fine Motor Pages and Leaf Fine Motor Pages for your toddler or preschooler. As the leaves start falling, there are also a variety of activities that you can do with leaves for your little one and even create a fall sensory bin!

I hope you enjoy this fall scavenger hunt for your toddler or preschooler! They’ll have so much fun this season with all the new sights and sounds!

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