4th of July for Kids: Scavenger Hunt

The 4th of July is one of the holidays that remind me of being a kid.  Being outside, eating ice cream made from Papal’s hand crank ice cream maker (which was eagerly upgraded to the automatic kind.) and playing badmitton, volleyball and baseball with the family.  Just surrounded by child joy and happiness.

But as an adult I sometimes find I just want to talk to an ADULT!  About ADULT things that have nothing to do with work or kids.  So, this 4th of July go ahead and sit down for a conversation with someone who won’t stick their fingers under the bathroom door while you’re in there and watch the kids play this 4th of July with a Scavenger Hunt!

4th of July for Kids Scavenger Hunt List

Tip!  Assign or vote someone (responsible kid) as photographer so they can take a picture with your phone of what they’re hunting up with the clue.  Sit back, enjoy the conversation of the adults around you (yeah…ADULTS people!  ADULTS!!!  EEE!!) and listen to the laughter as the kids play and be.  Oh…and I highly recommend sneaking off to the bathroom not because you have to use it…just because!  Last year I just sat in there for a good 10 minutes until someone came running in with a scraped knee.

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Here’s a patriotic printable.

Symbols of America Montessori printable


Enjoy it!  And, would you take a moment to pin and share it with your friends and family?

Happy 4th of July guys!!

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About Honey Rowland

Organic since it was a dirty hippie word is an easy way to understand me. With 3 kiddos (7, 14, and 16) and one bearded hubby I raise chickens, ducks, turkeys, goats, rabbits and Great Pyrenees livestock guardians on our organically ran mini farm in Ohio. A bull calf and heritage breed pigs have recently been added, along with an impending move into our less than 600 sq ft tiny home that's more and more off grid with each solar panel we buy.

Homeschooling, green living, self-sufficiency and natural parenting (but with yelling) is the norm here. Any skipping through the tulips tends to end with a face plant in chicken or duck poo but being a "glass half full" kind of gal I can smile 'cause the poo is organic and non-gmo! Stop by and see more at HoneysLife.com


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