Gather the family and get outdoors for this fun Fall photo scavenger hunt. It’s a great way to capture what Fall looks like and teach kids about one of my favorite seasons of the year. What’s not to love when it comes to pumpkins, hayrides and Fall leaves hitting the ground? If you love scavenger hunts, be sure to check out our Halloween Scavenger Hunt
Free Fall Photo Scavenger Game
Simply subscribe below, download and print this scavenger hunt. Grab a pen or highlighter to mark off what items you or your kids have photographed. Save and print the photos to make a photo book or digital slideshow afterward.
The best cameras for kids
Good news – You don’t need a fancy, expensive camera for this photography project. If you trust your kids not to destroy your phone, have them use that or a tablet if you have one. If not, check out these kid-friendly cameras that are easy to use:
- Best camera for young kids – VTech KidiZoom Duo 5.0
- Instant Camera for Older Kids – Polaroid Original Onestep 2
- Instant Camera that saves and prints – KODAK Smile Instant Print Digital Camera
- Instant camera with a selfie mode and great in dark scenes – Fujifilm Instax Mini 70
- Camera for older kids – GoPro Hero7
Fall Photo Scavenger Hunt list
This photo challenge list encourages kids to find a variety of items that can be found during the Fall season. Here are some of my favorite items included on this Fall scavenger hunt:
- Fall leaves
- Cozy socks
- Pumpkin pie
- Your Fall decor
- Bonfire & s’mores
- Fall candles
- Halloween costume
- Corn maze
- Sweater collection
- Window view
- Thanksgiving table
- Pumpkin spice latte
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