This fun scavenger hunt will get your students up and moving around the room using technology to practice solving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of fractions and mixed numbers.
This scavenger hunt uses QR codes which are very engaging to students! This activity requires students to use a mobile device with a QR code reader such as a tablet, iPad, iPhone, etc.
Students scan the start card to get the first problem and then look for the card with the answer they got to scan for the next problem.
The problems are all on fraction operations and meet common core standards for fifth and sixth grade. This is also a great review of fraction operations for middle and high school students.
The set includes 16 scavenger hunt task cards, a student record sheet, and a full answer key. There is also a 4 question homework page with included answer key and a 4 question check up that can be used before or after the scavenger hunt as a quiz or formative assessment.
I also have a QR code scavenger hunt for decimal operations:
To see pictures of these scavenger hunts in action and to read more about how I use them with my own students, check out my blog post:
To learn more about how I find creative ways for kids to practice math, check out my blog
. You can also find me on Facebook
Be the first to know about my new products, freebies and sales! Look for the green star near the top right of the page and click it to become a follower.
You might also be interested in:
Fraction Story Problems: Christmas Theme
Basic Operations QR Code Scavenger Hunt
Writing Fractions And Decimals as Percents