Looking to add a little more movement and fun into your students’ math practice? Try adding this bundle of scavenger hunts into your math routines! These hunts will get your kids up and moving around the classroom to master math standards. This bundle includes fourth grade math scavenger hunts organized by common core standards. I also list the Everyday Math Units that each sort correlates with since my school has adopted the Everyday Math Curriculum. Each scavenger hunt can be used as a class or as an independent math center. To use it as a scavenger hunt, cut apart the cards and hang them out of order around the room (or outside if it is a beautiful day!). Give each student an answer sheet and allow them to pick any card to start on. Once at a card the student solves the problem, records their answer on their sheet, and then searches the room for the card with that answer on it. Once they find it, that card will have the next question. This continues until all the spaces on their answer sheet are filled. In order for their answers to be correct they must all be in the correct sequence. If you choose to use these scavenger hunts as an independent math center I suggest cutting them apart and placing them neatly into a Ziplock bag. You can then label the bags neatly to keep yourself organized and have students work on them independently at their desk. This will allow you to individualize instruction by giving students specific topics to work on rather than giving the whole class the same scavenger hunt. I will be adding more scavenger hunts to this document and updating it, so the sooner you purchase it the cheaper it will be. Whenever I add another sort I will have TpT send you an update and you will be able to re-download the document for FREE!