A Rainbow Treasure Hunt with Twinkl

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17 Responses

  1. Kim Carberry says:

    What a fun activity! The girls did really well filling up their sheets with so many colours.
    I think I might have to try it with my girls x #CountryKids

  2. Oh Wow! I love this idea. I think I will have to look into twinkl too and perhaps do this task as well. Such Brillant idea! Thank you so much for sharing! x #CountryKids

  3. This is one of my favourite activity hour sheets. Have you seen our education pages? They were designed by twinkl and we have added to them with things like this. I called it Colour by Nature. It is a lovely way to make the most of a nature walk and keep children engaged. This reminds me that we haven’t done it since last autumn. The girls have made a wonderful job of their sheets. I think they are going to be natural scientist and take after their Mummy!

    Thank you for sharing with me on #CountryKids

    • stoppingattwo says:

      Yes – I noticed that your education pages are by Twinkl – they are also popular amongst the teachers at Freyja’s school. Looking forward to doing it again in the autumn (but may need to rethink how we fix berries on!)

  4. This is great and I think even my 10 year olds would enjoy this too. Mich x #CountryKids

  5. This is a lovely idea. Good idea to laminate it. Wonderful that it generated more discussion. When we do hunts like this, I always remind them not to add anything that can walk of the sheet by itself, but that doesn’t seem to have been a problem for your two. #CountryKids

    • stoppingattwo says:

      Laminating it really helped. I was hoping to peel off the tape and re-use it, but my double-sided tape was VERY effective!

  6. pinkoddy says:

    They look so pretty too and what a great way to get exercise as well as fresh air. I love twinkl and think my boys would love to do this too. #Countrykids

  7. Emma T says:

    What a lovely idea. They certainly look pleased with their finds #countrykids

  8. We did something very similar to this a few weeks ago and the girls love it. Using double-sided tape is a good idea – we used big glue dots for ours which worked well. I love that your girls found different things to add to their charts. We found blue the trickiest colour although spotted a forget-me-not towards the end so managed to finish off! #countrykids

    • stoppingattwo says:

      I did think glue dots, but double-sided tape gives a bit more scope for what can be stuck down (although we did have to keep the sheets away from hair!)

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