1. Scavenger Hunt
Before getting rid of unwanted items during your spring cleaning, consider letting them stick around for a day longer—they could make great items for a scavenger hunt! This classic activity turns any old thing into a prized treasure. After all, there’s nothing like finding that last item on your list! Take the hunt to the backyard and explore springtime’s wonders with your little one. You could also put a mathematical spin on it (find 3 + 2 socks) or use riddles as clues (find something that is silver, shiny, and great for scooping up cereal!)! With a little creativity, you could create a fun-filled educational activity with whatever you have lying around the house.