This scavenger hunt is a formative assessment to evaluate your students' knowledge of converting from scientific notation to standard form and vice versa. Copy the scavenger hunt front-to-back and cut out each card. Fold at the dotted lines. The questions are on the inside and the answers are on the outside.
To complete the scavenger hunt, students will need a notebook sheet of paper. The scavenger hunt cards should be placed around your classroom and folded at the dotted lines. The question inside of the card should not be seen unless someone lifts up the paper to see it. The numbers on the outside should be seen. Those are the "answers" to each question. I usually let my students work in pairs.
Each pair may begin at any of the scavenger hunt cards. They need to write down the letter of the first card they start at. They will read the question, which is inside the card, and complete the question. Once they have an answer, they will look around the room for the answers. When they find the answer on another card, they write down that card's letter. They continue this until they get back to their beginning card. If they completed all questions and got back to their beginning card, then they are finished. If they did not complete all questions and got back to their beginning card, then they did something wrong.
You may check their answers/work by using the answer key provided and checking the order of their letters.