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By Nellie's Kindness Crew
There's nothing like a little fresh air and some free range fun! Each of the answers to these twelve riddles can be found in nature, proving that there are countless ways to explore the world around you, no matter where you live. If you have a backyard, start there! If you live in a metropolitan area, take a walk to the nearest public park. If you like to hike, throw on your boots and drive to the nearest trail. Great for all ages, these scavenger hunts are guaranteed to help your family get moving, start to learn about habitats, find beauty in nature, and make sweet memories.
I'm brown and round and wear a little hat. Squirrels like collecting me, how 'bout that?
We're small but mighty! We march in a line. Once we find food, it's back home in double time.
I'm cute and fuzzy, and I hop, hop, hop. My feet are lucky, and don't stop, stop, stop.
Bees love me and I love the sun. Find me in a garden—I'm the pretty one.
I'm a little lady that's spotted and red. You may see me resting in your flowerbed.
We hang out in trees, but just for a while. Then fall to the ground to be raked in a pile.
I have wings, antennae, and my tushie glows like a lamp! Kids love to chase and catch me when they sleep away at camp.
After it rains, find me on the ground. Put on your rubber boots, and don't forget to splash around.
I live under leaves and logs, and have lots of legs to crawl. When I get frightened, I stop and curl up into a ball.
A boulder! A pebble! A stone! Just a few names by which I'm known.
I'm nuts about nuts, and I love climbing trees. When you see my gray foofy tail, you've found me.
I have no arms, legs, or eyes. I cannot hear or see. Dig a hole in the dirt and you'll find me.
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