1. Students are able to get out of their seats to find clues
to solve the scavenger questions. Great for brain-based learning
and more fun for students as compared to regular content reading.
SAME MATERIAL AS MY IDENTIFYING MINERALS POWER POINT.
2. Ideas for implementation:
a. Place in obvious spots or really hide, depending on your class. Mine love well-hidden clues.
b. I sometimes divide the room and have students work in pairs, other times individually. I sometimes have each partner look for different clues, then meet to share. My class does this as a
c. The cards could also be passed around the room and rotated at the clap of your hands.
d. The cards can be taped in sight with students each beginning at a different number and students rotate at the ring of a bell.
3. Print out fact cards on heavy paper, then laminate. They may be printed 2 to a page as shown or print out 2 pages per sheet (4 cards will print on each sheet) from your printer for smaller cards.