How quickly the days, months and weeks have gone. It seems like just yesterday they were going into high school, but senior year is almost over and your teenager is about to be (or maybe already is) a graduate.
This milestone probably doesn’t look like either of you expected. But it doesn’t mean that you can’t still mark this special occasion. There are lots of ways to get creative and celebrate your graduate.
One way is to remember the journey that brought them to this point. Take a walk down memory lane and capture it all in pictures with this Graduation Photo Scavenger Hunt.
You can keep it simple and do it as a family or consider inviting some of their friends along (in their own cars of course) and engage in a little friendly social distancing competition to see who can finish the photo scavenger hunt first.
You can use this FREE printable Graduation Photo Scavenger Hunt we created, which is a little more generic.
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Or create your own that is a little more personalized to your teen.
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A few suggestions to make it a little more fun.
- End your graduation photo scavenger hunt at their favorite restaurant or ice cream place where you can get take-out as a special treat.
- If you are doing it as a group, end the graduation scavenger photo hunt at someone’s house or at a local park and do some “social distancing” photo shoots of all the graduates in their cap and gown as your final check box.
Great Graduation Gift Idea: Once your senior has finished the graduation scavenger hunt, pull all the photos together into a small photo book. You can make these at your local drugstore or use one of the many online photos sites like Shutterfly. There are also almost always deals on Groupon for them too!
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