This scavenger hunt contains twelve radical equations which students will solve.
My students enjoy scavenger hunts. They work independently or with a partner. I place the twelve problems around the room in any random manner. Students begin at any station. They write the letter of that station on their answer sheet, copy the equation and solve it. They look for the answer at another station, then copy the letter and solve the new equation. They continue until they visit all of the stations. When finished, the letters will spell "AMBIDEXTROUS", making it easy for teachers to quickly look at and assess work for accuracy.
This product can be used in Algebra 1 or Algebra 2. It takes about 30 - 35 minutes to complete.
I typically have my students present the last problem they visited under the document camera as a way to summarize with the whole class after the scavenger hunt is completed.