This scavenger hunt has 20 stations. Each station in the scavenger hunt has a piece of paper divided in half. The bottom half has an array on it and the top half has an answer in the form of a multiplication sentence. The students can start at whatever station they want to and figure out the multiplication sentence that represents the array found on the bottom half of the paper. The students then have to locate the answer at a different station on the top half of the paper. Once they locate the answer, they solve the new problem found on the bottom half of the paper at the new station. The arrays/ problems will always be on the bottom half and the multiplication sentences/ answers will always be on the top half.
My students loved this activity, so your students will too! Enjoy!