This scavenger hunt is meant as a mixed review of fraction operations including mixed numbers and improper fractions and negative values. I use this in my Algebra classroom as a beginning of year review to gauge students comfort level with fraction operations.
This scavenger hunt includes 10 problems to place around your room (I find the kids like it when the problems are hidden in some tricky spots like on the ceiling mounted projector). Students complete the question and record the shape that goes with it, then search around the room for the answer to find what letter will help them complete the riddle. The problems are given to you in order to match up questions with answers.
This activity normally takes between 25 to 30 minutes for most students, but I have included an extension to print on the back of the students recording sheet working with complex fractions for early finishers.