GO and Capture the Light Monsters Scavenger Hunt game is a "Move Around Math" puzzle solving game that gets students out of their seats as they use number strategies to solve mixed up subtraction problems. While designed for fourth and fifth grade classrooms, it would also work well in many sixth grade classrooms.
Your students must be intrigued with the popular new game where they use their phones to go outside, hunt for, and capture anime characters. You know they will be missing playing this game when they are in school. This "Capture the Monsters" game will allow your students to have fun, think critically about math, and capture anime characters at the same time and they can do it during class time.
There are a total of 15 unique animal monsters created by Illumismart which can be found here.
This game allows students to capture the three Lumos (light monsters). Other "Capture the Monster" games will allow your students to capture the other 12 monsters.
There are actually three game plays in this scavenger hunt. All three games use the same 10 station cards (which can be taped on the walls of the classroom), but to capture each monster students have to solve the station cards using the numbers printed on each monster's worksheet. Students will then play the game three different times in order to reinforce their thinking and to capture all three monsters. Each game can be played on different days or weeks. Students can be given different monster cards and can be working on different game plays at the same time as their classmates.
This game includes directions as well as the story of the Edumonstrums. There are 10 multiplication puzzle stations and student worksheets for all three different versions of the game. Answer sheets are included as well as color and black and white versions of each of the three monsters in card form to hand out when students "capture a monster". There is also a cover page for making a booklet for the captured monsters as well as extra bonus cards.
Your students can capture more monsters with these companion games:
Monsters Multiplication Scavenger Hunt Game
Monsters Addition Scavenger Hunt Game
Please look at other math related scavenger hunts and other products (including companion pieces to this game) at my TPT store: Simply Teaching Store