2. Directions Hunt

This activity is similar to the treasure hunt, but you don't need maps. Instead you give your little one clues to get them to their treasure. The clues are a set of directions that your child must follow to get them to the next clue. This is great for little ones who are just learning how to follow directions, both at school and at home.

Before we started this activity in my home, sending my son to get something from his room resulted in this banter β€œI don’t see it” β€œIt’s there son just look where I told you!” I inevitably ended up just getting the item myself. So ideas of clues that you can use are open your top clothes drawer and look on your red shirt. You can even work on other skills like left and right. For example, a clue could be inside your right blue sneaker.

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