This scavenger hunt contains ten problems involving square root functions. The problems involve finding x and y-intercepts of square root function, solving square root functions, and finding inverse functions. An answer is at the top of the page with a problem in the middle. I print the ten pages on colored paper or card stock and post them around the room (yellow paper works well with my red font). I just have students take out a sheet of paper and title it scavenger hunt. Students work in pairs. I allow students to start on any problem that they choose. I require them to show their work on their notebook paper. Once students have solved the problem they search for their answer on the top of the papers and that page becomes their second problem. If students complete problems correctly, after completing six problems they will return to the problem they started with. The ten pages are included in order so that the answer to a given problem is at the top of the next page and the answer to the last question is at the top of the first page. I post the pages around the room in random order.