Students will love this SCOOT! This targets opaque, transparent, and translucent objects. There are many different versions of scoot. I put one numbered card on each desk. They stand up, push their chairs in, and start with the card in front of them. They record their answers on the provided answer sheet. I usually play some upbeat music while they are working and after a length of time, I call "1,2,3, scoot". Then they shift to the desk next to them (I go over the pattern of how they need to move before we start). They do this and get faster and faster until they end up back at their original desk. Then we check their answers. My students even came up with the idea that they turn their back to the desk when they're finished with each card so I'll know when everybody is ready to scoot!
Students can record their answers on the provided answer sheet
You can also use this as task cards. Students will read the question and identify if the object is opaque, transparent, or translucent. This corresponds with Georgia's fourth grade science curriculum and the light unit.