Prepositions and directions treasure hunt

(Directions from EF Waterloo, London- obviously you’ll need to make a different one for your school!)

Go out of the school. Turn right into Roupell Street.

Take the first right. What’s the number of the third door on the right? (Write it down). What’s the second letter?

Carry straight on. What’s the name of the building straight ahead? (2 words)

What’s the 4th letter of the 1st word?

Walk around the corner. What’s the first word written on a parking sign on the street on your left (3 letters). What’s the 3rd letter?

Take the first left. Carry straight on, across two cross roads. What’s the first word written on the door on your right just past the second crossroads? (6 letters). What’s the fourth letter?

Carry straight on. Go under the bridge. What number is written on the wall on the left? (6 and 3 letters). What’s the 2nd letter?

After the bridge take the first left. What’s the first word of the first door on the left? (8 letters). What’s the 3rd letter?

Go straight on to the T junction. Look up. What’s the 1st (big red) word? (5 letters). What’s the 2nd letter?

Turn right at the T junction. Go straight ahead to the next T junction. What’s the road called? (3 letters and 3 letters). What’s the second letter of the second word?

Turn left and left again. What’s the second word of the red sign with white writing on your left? What’s the 3rd letter?

Carry straight on. What’s the name of the first shop on your left? (9 letters). What’s the fourth letter?

Now put all the letters together. What’s the message (3 words)?

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