This scavenger hunt has to do with graphing inequalities from 10 real-world situations. The students will be given a real-world situation (i.e. height requirements for a roller coaster) and find the graph for the inequality that represents the situation.
This scavenger hunt is similar to my writing inequalities scavenger hunt. I used the writing inequalities scavenger hunt the first day I taught inequalities and the graphing inequalities scavenger hunt as an intro activity the following day. Both scavenger hunts can be purchased as a bundle for $3.00
Scavenger hunts are a great change of pace from the norms of a typical math class. It allows the students to get up and out of their seats, work collaboratively, and have fun trying to decode the days secret message. Each of my scavenger hunts come with an "Answer Decoder" sheet, Answer Key, and 10 problems to cut out and put up around your classroom, hallways, or even outside if the weather and school permits. Scavengers hunts typically take up between 15 to 30 minutes of class time.