This is an arithmetic sequence scavenger hunt. In order to complete this activity, the students will move around the room and complete arithmetic sequence problems. They will need to be able to decide if the sequence is arithmetic, name the next three terms in the sequence, name the nth term of the sequence, and be able to determine the equation for the sequence. This scavenger hunt includes 12 questions, a student answer sheet, and an answer key.
I like to use scavenger hunts in my remedial classes as well as my regular classes in order to study for tests/quizzes. Scavenger hunts allow my students a chance to move around the room and complete problems instead of everyday boring worksheets.
When I give them scavenger hunts, I have each student start at a different card so that they are not all doing the same problem at the same time. This helps avoid having one student do all of the work with everyone else following them around the room.