4th July Scavenger Hunt
You want to celebrate the 4th July with your kids and make it fun - right?
Make family memories together with this unique 4th July Scavenger Hunt that can be played outdoors in a garden, backyard, or park!
This printable game gets your kids off screens, moving around and finding 4th July picture cards.
You get 12 x 4th July image cards to find
Perfect for 4th July parties!
Ages: Kids 5+
Game Length: 20 Minutes
Set-Up Time: 5 Minutes
PDF Printable Game (Download instantly after purchase.)
Print as many times as you like, with only one purchase.
Print on US letter paper / UK A4 paper as many times as you need to.
These will be sent as a digital PDF file and no physical item will be shipped.
For personal use only - not for commercial use.
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