adventure, reading, books kids, scavenger hunt

unplugged: library book hunt

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One awesome resource we definitely don’t take well enough advantage of is the local public library! With music and reading classes for kids and parents, or reading lists of all their books on princesses, trains, dinosaurs, and ballerinas for those especially passionate kids. Special book spine stickers that mark award-winning reads make it easy to find the best of the best, and of course we walk away with a stack of brand-new-to-us books to pour over for the next few weeks.

So for our third day #unplugged, head to the library and snag some new reads! To make our latest library trip extra special, we turned it into a book hunt. We made up clues on the spot and then when they found each one, we cuddled up to read them one by one.

adventure, reading, books kids, scavenger hunt

At this point of our Unplugged Week, it’s all about easy activities that we can reinvent to make new and fresh for these boys and the book hunt was a smashing success!

 

adventure, reading, books kids, scavenger hunt

 

Three days down, two more to go! We can do it!

6 thoughts on “unplugged: library book hunt”

  1. I love to read about families unplugging for a while & the library is so under used. Here in Toronto our library is such a wonderful place for kids to explore… and they usually have many family friendly events happening all the time.

  2. Being a librarian and all, I have to say that I love this tip! And I really like what you’re doing and where you’re going with this unplugged week. I have a four year old and a one year old who are above and beyond addicted to our I-pad and I predict it is just going to get worse…

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