To take the scavenger hunt a step deeper, try using Google Earth with the activity. Students can share photos of themselves at a landmark plus students can travel to the location using Google Earth.
I suggest that you have a list of 10 different places for your students to visit. You can keep the questions open ended so your students aren't taking pictures of the same location. Also, give the opportunity for students to be creative. For example: Where is your favorite place to swim? Most students' answers will be different.
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And, don't forget to download your free booklet for your scavenger hunt.