Peer Scavenger Hunt Worksheet


  • Ideal to use as a back to school activity.
  • Children record the name of at least one peer for each box.

How to use this resource

  • Print off a worksheet for each child in the class.
  • Allocate time for the children to move around the classroom, asking their peers questions to find at least one person for each box. For a challenge, instruct the children that they can only use a peer’s name once.
  • When the children have finished, gather together as a class to discuss what they have found.

This resource encourages children to find someone who:

  • plays a team sport
  • plays a musical instrument
  • loves to read
  • has a pet
  • has a birthday the same month as themselves
  • has been on an aeroplane
  • has a brother
  • has blue eyes
  • can say hello in another language
  • is an only child
  • doesn’t like chocolate
  • has eaten sushi
  • has visited another country
  • wears glasses
  • can whistle
  • has a garden at their house.


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