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Gingerbread Book Character Scavenger Hunt



I fell in love with this idea by Cinjoella. She did a teen version here, and I wanted to create a kid’s version. I used a few of her ideas and created my own. My Independent Learning Station is really taking off! I always have a program that children attending the library any time of day or night can do while visiting. Scavenger hunts are a popular, fun, and easy way to begin this in your library.

Here’s a pdf version ready to print and hide: Ginger Who
ere’s a pdf of the ballot so you can have a raffle and do a book giveaway: Gingerbread Scavenger Hunt BallotGinger Who 2

Ginger Who 3

Ginger Who 1

For more ideas check out the school age programming blog hop, Thrive Thursday. Jbrary is hosting this month’s roundup. For more information check out the schedulePinterest board, and Facebook Group.

3 comments on “Gingerbread Book Character Scavenger Hunt

  1. mgill0627
    November 15, 2014

    Awesome idea. I love it.

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