For our theme of What in the World Wednesday we welcomed our library friends to participate in a scavenger hunt. To participate, hunters had to scour the Family Room and complete at least two of the four available hunts.
There were two mandatory hunts, shared with us by M. Beedon, the Youth Services Librarian at the Ypsilanti District Library. We changed a few questions to make it more specific to the Lansdowne Library but the information that we were sent was very good and we didn't have to really change much. These hunts are broken into two age groups: entering grades 1-3 and entering grades 4-6.
Library Scavenger Hunt 1-3
Library Scavenger Hunt 4-6
The two optional hunts were for any ages. The first hunt instructed children to translate words from Spanish and French and find colors around the room. The second instructed children to translate the animal names from Spanish and find pictures or stuffed animals around the room.
One World Scavenger Colors
One World Scavenger Animal Spanish
All participants who completed the hunt were rewarded with a coupon to Dunkin' Donuts. The Summer Reading Club is sponsored by Delaware County Library System.
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