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Snowman Book Character Scavenger Hunt



I stole this idea from Cinjoella. You can find her version here. I used her ideas and added a few of my own to create a winter scavenger hunt. I placed them in sections of the library where you can find each character’s book or series. Don’t ask me to pick a favorite, because I love them all equally:Snow Who 2Snow Who 1

Here’a a ready-to-print pdf: Snow Who. Here is a blank sheet if you wish to make your own: Blank Snowman (please share if you do!). I also adapted Cinjoella’s Gingerbread Scavenger Hunt here for another winter idea.

Here are a few of my favorite entries:

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Check out this month’s Thrive Thursday blog hop at Brytani’s The Neighborhood Librarian for more school age programming ideas. To learn how to participate in Thrive Thursday, check out the schedulePinterest board, and Facebook Group.

6 comments on “Snowman Book Character Scavenger Hunt

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  2. librarybonanza
    January 9, 2015

    I just love these simple ideas to keep kids coming into the physical space of the library. Too cute!

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  4. Nadine Poper
    January 4, 2016

    These Snow-Who characters are great! Do you have a blank snow-who template I could access?

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