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Newrumpus Mon 29-Aug-11 20:54:05

I wonder if you could help...I need to
make a type of treasure hunt for 4 years olds (so just starting school). I'm not sure what the best way is to give the clues as obviously most won't be able to read even simple sentences.
Any ideas how I could give I instructions visually? Thanks

mrsgboring Mon 29-Aug-11 20:55:34

Photos

kellestar Mon 29-Aug-11 20:58:13

Photos or clip art of the internet. If you have access to a laminator, they could have a card each to help them identify where the treasure should be. Keep it simple, and may be a little treat at each point.

lovecheese Mon 29-Aug-11 21:00:48

And arrows too.

mrz Mon 29-Aug-11 21:15:27

www.tts-group.co.uk/shops/tts/Products/PD1727047/Talk-Time-Postcards-A6-10-Second/

www.tts-group.co.uk/shops/tts/Products/PD1727226/Talking-Point/

www.tts-group.co.uk/shops/tts/Products/PD1727031/Big-Point/

you can record a ten - thirty second message and combine with a photograph

Newrumpus Mon 29-Aug-11 21:19:11

Thanks for your replies. The 'hunters' are going to be police officers searching for swag so they could collect chocolate coins on the way to finding the swag bag full of coins. If the clue shows, say, a photo/clip art of a chair with an arrow pointing to the underneath they will have to look under the chairs to see which has the coins and the next clue. I'm starting to see how that would work. Thanks

Newrumpus Mon 29-Aug-11 21:23:19

Thanks for the links. I like the idea
of some audio clues too. I think this treasure hunt might work!

mrz Mon 29-Aug-11 21:33:19

www.tts-group.co.uk/shops/tts/Products/PD1727217/Recordable-Echobot/?rguid=2247115d-3ea9-49e4-98fe-dd7002c65b14 these are great because they have a motion sensor to trigger the message

Newrumpus Mon 29-Aug-11 21:44:17

I love it!

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