It's OK to not know, but it's NOT OK to not try.
George: What did you do today Ms. T?
Ms. T: We are used unique perspectives to take creative selfies on our photo scavenger hunt.
George: Sounds fun! What quadrants did you used?
Ms. T: I definitely used developing ideas and creating the solution when we were outside taking
selfies. Then I came inside and evaluated.
George: Did you use the learner profile?
Ms. T: Sure did! I was a thinker because I had to creatively find things to photograph.
George: So what was the "twist" ?
Ms. T: Well, we had to find 15 items in only 10 minutes. We had to think fast and work together.
George: So how'd it go?
Ms. T: It was hard to find a few items and I struggled trying to think of unique items. But my
strength was that I was able to take several different tasks and make them into one
picture (something round that water will go through AND hard & green). I worked
smarter, not harder.
George: So were you able to get everything done?
Ms. T: Yup, I found all the items on the list with 2 minutes to spare!
George: So has something like this been done before?
Ms. T: Yes, I've seen this done at camps, events, cruise ships, and holiday parties. Go to
scavenger-hunt.org/20-photo-scavenger-hunt-ideas/ for ideas and different hunts already
George: I wish I could do one too...
Ms. T: Well you better "hop to it" quickly!