Do you remember “Where’s Waldo” books from when we were kids!? So fun!! I have some really fun search and find puzzles for your kids to try. with touristy objects hidden in New York, Rome, Rio de Janeiro, Tokyo and Paris.
So here’s the challenge: (best seen on a tablet!) How many cultural objects can you find in this great city scavenger hunt?
Sensō-ji is an important, ancient Buddhist temple, located in the Asakusa region of Tokyo. The oldest temple, at nearly 1500 years old, it attracts a staggering 30 million people annually. Can you find a sumo wrestler, a geisha, people enjoying sushi, a Buddhist monk, a Japanese parasol, cherry blossoms, and kids playing handheld video games in this “Search and Find?”
New York City
Times Square in New York City is a visual stimulation overload! Dominated by towering skyscrapers, perpetual stock tickers and high-tech digital advertising, Times Square is always pumping with energy. Located at Broadway and Seventh Avenue, it combines entertainment, commerce and is a popular tourist attraction. In this Search and Find, can you find a hot dog seller, yellow taxi, some pigeons, a manhole cover, an NYPD officer, someone with an NY tshirt, and a Broadway street sign?
Rio de Janeiro
The 2.5 miles of sand at Copacabana Beach is set right in Rio! Brazilians and tourists alike enjoy the idyllic blue waters and gorgeous mountain backdrop, with cafes, shops, and sports on the beach. Can you find kids playing soccer, a carnival dancer, a man playing a tambourine, a hammock, a banana tree, and a Brazilian flag in this “Search and Find?”
Did you know that the Roman Forum was developed in the 7th century BC!? 4.5 million visitors can observe the temples and moments where ancient Romans to met and gathered here. In this search and find, can you find a gladiator, gelato, the Pope, a cappuccino, a Vespa scooter, 4 stray cats, and a street performer?
The capital of France! The can-can was born at the Moulin Rouge in the early 20th century- and it is still a world famous cabaret venue for dancing entertainment. Can you find a top hat, a wedge of brie, the Mona Lisa, macarons, a fleur-de-lis, Eiffel Tower souvenirs, and a flying champagne cork in this “Search and Find?”
I hope your kids have had fun with this global search and find!