Go on a Climate Kids Scavenger Hunt!

Check out our new Climate Kids Scavenger Hunt! Grab your journals and exploring tools and get out into nature to see what amazing observations are waiting to be made in your backyard or neighborhood. 



We here at Climate Kids HQ, know that it’s been difficult for lots of Climate Kids out there with everyone stuck at home. Luckily, we have been hard at work creating fun ways for you to learn about climate change, interact with the natural environment, and continue your good work to help protect the earth without needing to leave your backyard or neighborhood!


Climate Science Alliance Affiliated Artist and Science, Media, and Art Intern Audrey Carver created this fun Climate Kids Scavenger Hunt for you to get outside and get to know your local ecosystem. With a parent’s permission or supervision, print out the Climate Kids Scavenger Hunt below and grab your nature journals - see how many items on this list you can carefully observe. What do you notice? What does it make you wonder? What might you do to protect these important species from climate impacts?


Download the Scavenger Hunt (English)

Descargar búsqueda del tesoro (Español)


Once you are done with your Climate Kids Scavenger Hunt, feel free to share photos of your journal pages with us at info@climatekids.org or on social media @climatesciencealliance and @CSAinAction. We can’t wait to see! 



This project is a product of Climate Kids Connects. Climate Kids Connects is sponsored by San Diego Gas & Electric. As our world shifts, we understand the need to adapt for an emergent digital community. By enhancing our online outreach efforts we can build capacity and continued support for climate education. Learn more at www.climatekids.org.

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