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This 15 question scavenger hunt will have your students practicing the order of operations (up to 3 operations), substituting a given number into an expression and solving, and finding the missing number in a function table using a given rule (2 step rule). As students solve each problem, they find

This scavenger hunt allows students to practice with writing algebraic expression. There are 12 cards, a recording sheet for students and an answer key for teachers. Enjoy!
Here’s how to play:
- Post the cards all over your room.
- Split students up into groups (I typically do pairs, depending on

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This is a scavenger hunt to review all the properties of exponents. It includes negative and zero exponents, and has 20 problems.
Student love scavenger hunts to review!
This also includes instructions, a worksheet for students to use to record their problems, and a bonus homework worksheet as

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The topic of this Scavenger Hunt is General Review of Graphing Linear Equations.
This scavenger hunt can also be purchased as part of a bundle of 10 Graphing Linear Functions Scavenger Hunts for only $4.99
A scavenger hunt is a more engaging and mobile alternative to just giving the students a wo

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This is a Scavenger Hunt to review all types of factoring -- greatest common factors, difference of squares, perfect square trinomials, grouping, regular trinomials, and multi-step factoring.
Students like reviewing with Scavenger Hunts!
There are 20 polynomials to factor. A worksheet that studen

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Do you want a fun way to review all of the concepts you have worked so hard to teach this year? This bundle contains 5 scavenger hunts, one for each of the fourth grade common core math domains. All 28 of the fourth grade common core math objectives are represented. The students will have so much

This is a Scavenger Hunt to review solving quadratic equations. It has 16 problems, five of which cannot be factored so students must use the quadratic formula or complete the square. These five answers are in simplified radical form -- not decimals. Those that can be factored include difference

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6th Grade Math Review Scavenger HuntThis scavenger hunt is a great way to engage students in practicing important 6th grade math skills. Students will work through 20 different problems, with varying levels of difficulty, following their answers to find the next questions. Get your students up and m

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Also included in: 6th Grade Math Review Activities

This is a Scavenger Hunt to review solving system of equations. It has 15 problems.
Students like reviewing with Scavenger Hunts!
A worksheet that students can use is included, as well as the instructions on how to use a Scavenger Hunt. A bonus homework worksheet is also included!
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Do you want a fun way to review all of the concepts you have worked so hard to teach this year? This bundle contains 5 scavenger hunts, one for each of the fourth grade common core math domains. All 28 of the fourth grade common core math objectives are represented. The students will have so much fu

This is a scavenger hunt to review operations with square roots. It includes simplifying, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing radicals, and has 16 problems.
Student love scavenger hunts to review!
This also includes instructions, a worksheet for students to use to record their problems

This is a scavenger hunt to review operations with polynomials. It includes adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing polynomials, and has 20 problems.
Student love scavenger hunts to review!
This also includes instructions, a worksheet for students to use to record their problems, and a bon

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This scavenger hunt asks students to. Use thinking skills to solve addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and early algebra problems. Many of these are rigorous multi-step problems. Struggling students in 3rd grade may need to work with a partner. There are 20 cards in all, presented in b

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Also included in: Math Review Scavenger Hunt Bundle

I use Scavenger Hunts to review a lot of different subjects in my classes. This one reviews word problems using combinations and permutations. Since the questions are all words, they are all given on the student worksheet and only the answers are given on the cards that are posted around the room.

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This is a review of taking the written expressions and translating them into algebraic expressions. It is set up differently than most Scavenger Hunts. Because these are word descriptions, it would be too difficult for students to copy the new questions from cards on a wall, so a worksheet with all

A scavenger hunt (Sometimes called Solve the Room) is a more engaging and mobile alternative to just giving the students a worksheet. Scavenger Hunts are a great way to reach kinesthetic learners and allow students to collaborate with their peers! This scavenger hunt contains examples of all the dif

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Students may play this game individually – or in pairs.
Individually or with their partner, students will complete ALL of the problems on the Integers Review Scavenger Hunt Activity Sheet at their desk.
After completing the activity sheet, students show the teacher they have completed the assigned

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Mixed review scavenger hunts can be used to practice all the exponent properties. Students will complete twelve questions as they navigate through each self-checking scavenger hunt. The differentiated scavenger hunts increase in difficulty. Each one has two questions from the six exponent properti

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Also included in: Exponent Properties Bundle

7th Grade Math Review Scavenger HuntThis scavenger hunt is a great way to engage students in practicing important 7th grade math skills. Students will work through 20 different problems, with varying levels of difficulty, following their answers to find the next questions. Get your students up and m

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This is a set of 20 fall-colored burlap task cards. The scavenger hunt consists of 12 cards and 8 free bonus cards are included that contain more challenging order of operation problems for students who finish the scavenger hunt early. This activity gets your students out of their seat and engaged

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Use this scavenger hunt to review or practice adding and subtracting integers. Print out the "cards" on card stock. The cards can be printed two sided so the large picture is on one side and the question and the clue for the next card is on the other side. I have also printed them single sided an

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In this scavenger hunt, there are 12 problems for students to complete. The 12 problems will help students review many of the types of problems in your limits unit.
The teacher should post these 12 cards randomly around the room. Students can start at any card. They work that problem and then lo

Also included in: Calculus Bundle-First Semester- Limits, Derivatives, Applications of Derivatives

In this activity, students will use their review their knowledge of 6th Grade Math.
Students will solve problems involving integers, equation, fraction, decimals, and percents and their answer will lead them to their next card. There is only one correct path, and students can check their progress u

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This activity is to be used near the end of Grade 3. It contains an accumulation of math concepts taught throughout the school year. It also has 3 funny instructions found within that the students are to follow, showing you that they have read ALL questions before beginning!
Concepts include: addin

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