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 look around the room to find the answer. Then they work the problem on that card and so on. Students should end where they began.
In order to be successful with this activity, students should have studied: finding limits using algebraic techniques, finding the value of limits that include trig functions, finding the value of limits that involve infinity, different types of discontinuities, and working with continuity.
I have included a recording sheet so students can show their work and record their answers.