Operations Scavenger Hunt Set 2: Interpreting Expressions
This set is set 2 of 2 of my Operations Scavenger Hunt Sets.
I created this Scavenger Hunt Set as a way to get my students moving around more during our math workshop time. Even though my students would move to different centers, once they got to a new center, they would still remain stationary during their time there.
My students and I found this Operations Scavenger Hunt highly engaging, interactive, and fun. I originally just created this first set for my students to use, but since they were literally begging for more, I decided to create a set for some of the operations standards.
How to Use: (In 4 easy steps)
1. Print out scavenger hunt cards and recording sheets (in color or b&w - both look great!)
2. Cut cards in half
3. Copy recording sheets (or put in page protectors)
4. Have fun!
Ways to Use Scavenger Hunt:
* Display cards around the room for students to find, for a true scavenger hunt game
* Use in 4th grade as enrichment
* Use in 5th grade as review or reteaching
* Use in 6th grade as review or reteaching
* Use in a math center
* Use as a small group "I have..." "Who has..." game
* Print cards on card stock to make them more durable
* Laminate cards for longevity
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Fun in the Fifth Grade
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