I used this lesson as a tool for review and assessment in conclusion of my five day Writing Unit. It's a great way to get your kids up and moving and working with others. After a week of learning about the four different kinds of sentences, students engage in a group "scavenger hunt" for sentences. After a quick five minute review with students, the teacher models and explains the scavenger hunt to students. Within each group, a schedule or "clues" will be given to follow throughout the hunt. As students follow their clues which may state for example: to find a sentence that is a command, they search a room filled with teacher made sentence strips for this specific type of sentence. Once it is found, they use a recording sheet to answer 1-3 questions reflective of the sentence they are observing. They are also asked to rewrite the sentence with proper capitalization and punctuation. Students then move on to their next clue. In conclusion of this activity, the teacher will review answers with each group and use the results to determine which students need further support before the final unit assessment.