This photography scavenger hunt is an ideal homework challenge that gets your students engaged with their visual environment. It takes one lesson to complete and asks students to go and find particular things to photograph. For example, something wooden and something with reflections. It then asks students to place their photographs in a grid. A good example is included on this one-page resource. It doesn’t state what app to use for the grid as there are so many. If you want to recommend a free one to students I would suggest ‘PicCollage’.
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