Monday, July 6, 2020

Photo Scavenger Hunt

Isn't this a fun activity for quarantine summer camp! Leslie posted this fun sounding photo scavenger hunt on her blog today. 

I'm going to take the list with me on our visit with our granddaughter as she likes these kind of challenges and we will be providing day care for 3 days of our visit. 


Welcome to the 2020 Summer Photo Scavenger Hunt (#SPSH) – the virus edition hosted by Patio Postcards.  She describes the scavenger hunt like this:  “There’s some searches for at home, close to home or away from home.  I hope some encourage you to think outside of the box & some that may require an open eye to find.  One rule … use photos you have taken between June 1st & September 30th of 2020, other than that, it’s meant for fun.  Find some or find all, I hope everyone has fun with it.”


1.   A favorite piece of jewelry

2.   Something with or in a knot

3.   Something with the colors of your country’s flag

4.   A toy you play with

5.   Something you have more than one of

6.   An object in the shape of a triangle

7.   Something that displays a rule(s)

8.   A leaf longer than your hand

9.   Something that starts with the initial of your name (first or last)

10.   An object smaller than a paper clip

11.   Something you need to throw away

12.   Something that holds your favorite beverage

13.   A rubber band/elastic in use

14.   An object with wheels

15.   Something inherited

16.   Rough texture

17.   Something naturally round

18.   An object that can go in the water

19.   A stone/rock/pebble with some color in it

20.   Something with the number 7 in it

Check out her full post with lovely and meaningful photos. (


  1. How fun! It has been awhile since I've done a photo scavenger hunt.

  2. So glad you are doing this as a part of Camp Quarantine. I will add it to my camp activities, too!! I think the prompts are very doable and fun. Good luck finding everything on the list.


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