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Get students up and moving around while they solve systems of equations. This is a self-checking, 10 problem scavenger hunt.
Post the pages around your room in a random order. The students may start on any letter they choose. They first solve the system on the top of the page. Then, they are to fi

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Systems of Equations Scavenger Hunt: Students will practice solving systems of equations by the substitution or elimination method with this scavenger hunt activity.Just print and scatter the 12 problems around the room and distribute the recording worksheet to each student. Pair students up and ass

Also included in: Systems of Equations & Inequalities Activities Bundle

Scavenger hunts are an excellent activity to get students moving around the classroom while being engaged with the mathematics. In these activities, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem hanging around the classroom. The student worksheets, scavenger hunt problems, instruct

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In this activity students work in small groups to practice solving systems. Equations are set up to solve by elimination, however, substitution could be used if students isolate a variable first. All solutions are integers and there are no fraction coefficients in the equations. The answer to one

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SCAVENGER HUNTS are a great way to get your students up, moving around, and EXCITED about DOING MATH! They are ready-to-use, highly engaging activities that can be used as either a small group or an individual activity.
Each activity consists of 12 problems that focus on a specific concept. Student

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This Solving Systems of Equations Scavenger Hunt was created by PP for use in an Algebra classroom studying how to solve systems of equations problems. This scavenger hunt has problems written in standard form.
The cards all have an “answer” at the top, and another problem at the bottom to con-tin

In this activity, students will start with a problem set (a system of equations) and solve it. The teacher posts 12 problems and answers around the room. When a team finds a solution (ordered pair), they move to that poster. They write down the letter of their solution, and then solve the new pro

This Scavenger Hunt is great for reviewing System of Equations. The best part-- it is self checking!
Students will need a device that reads QR codes (smart phone, tablet, etc.).
Directions are included. Enjoy!

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To survive a zombie apocalypse students must collect supplies from their supply list. Each supply requires students to solve a system of equations or complete a systems application problem. When students complete supply stations they return to the teacher to receive a sign off for correct answers. W

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This is a fun activity that has students practicing their system of equations skills. The top half of each card is the answer to another problem around the classroom. Students will start at an animal, and will solve the problem on the bottom half of the card. once they have their answer, they wil

Let your students sharpen their skills while getting to move! Answers and problem sheets to hang around the room are provided, as well as answer sheets.
Students graph a system of equations to solve it, then find their answer on the next sheet, which is hung around the room. There are 8 problems i

That's right my first set of bundled activities. I have put together my scavenger hunts that I use with my Algebra I and Algebra II students for you.
1. Solving Systems of Equations by Graphing (8 systems)
2. Solving Systems of Equations using Substitution (12 systems)
3. Solving Systems of Equa

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This activity is a Scavenger Hunt covering solving systems of equations by graphing, substitution and elimination It can be used by as few as one student or group and as many as 6 different groups at the same time. This activity will get your students out of their seats and excited about solving s

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This scavenger hunt focuses specifically on solving systems of equations using either the substitution or elimination method.

This set of cards can be used to review the various methods for solving systems of linear equations. This would be a great activity for students in Algebra I or Algebra II. Each card has a problem written in black and an answer to another problem (in a magnifying glass at the bottom right). By

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Systems of Equations Scavenger Hunt
This product is brought to you by Sunny Boy Creations. Get your students actively engaged and moving around the room. Your students will be find the point of intersection when they are given two equations. They may solve these equations using any method, but I

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It includes cards with linear systems of equations (8 exercises) and word problems (3 exercises) about them. You have to follow your own results to get to the next card. Excellent to revise and practice systems of equations and have fun while doing math! Great for 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th grades.

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This is a 12 question scavenger hunt on solving systems of equations. I had my students use algebraic methods (substitution and elimination) to solve, but students could also graph to solve. Problems with no solution and infinite solutions are included. Scavenger hunts are a great way to get stud

This activity reinforces the skill of solving system of equations through elimination, both addition and multiplication. Difficulty in questions increase as the students move through the scavenger hunt. Questions includes questions and answers with fractions.
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* Scavenger Hunt Cards– one

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This scavenger hunt contains questions covering:
• Systems of equations by graphing. Problems are already in slope intercept form
• Systems of equations using substitution. One of the equations is equal to x or y
• Systems of equations using elimination. The problems are written in standard form. Th

Scavenger Hunt with 10 systems of equations problems, that require students to find the solutions to systems of equations. 5 of the 10 are word problems that require the students to write the equations first, and the other 5 have two equations already given.

This scavenger hunt covers the three different ways to solve systems of equations: graphing, substitution and elimination. Hang the posters around the room and students will work out 15 problems that lead them back to the poster they started from. You can partner them up for cooperative learning a

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This systems of equations scavenger hunt allows students to practice using both substitution and elimination. There are 24 cards that lead students from one card to the next. One set of cards have the answers so students can look for the next card that they are supposed to go to. In the process, the

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Poster scavenger hunt using system of equations. Start at any poster you like and find the solution to decide which poster to go to next. All problems are in either slope intercept or standard form and do not require solving for a variable.

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