C A N A D A treasure alphabet hunt

We kicked off our All About Canada Week with an Alphabet Treasure hunt. It was simple, and based on team work, allowing the older kids and the littler ones to work together.
We were going to take our treasure hunt to the park area, but we decided to stay closer to home. It worked out...simple yet fun.
The gist of the "hunt":

  1. Treasures were mixed in with letters of the alphabet
  2. Each child collected as many letters as possible to complete the "secret" word
  3. When finished...they had to work together to try and match the letters 
  4. After matching the letters they could grab the other treasures

We'll have more photos from our pancake day...tomorrow.

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