This set of cards can be used to review the various methods for solving systems of linear equations. This would be a great activity for students in Algebra I or Algebra II. Each card has a problem written in black and an answer to another problem (in a magnifying glass at the bottom right). By using the 10 cards that have a heart at the bottom you will have 10 cards in the scavenger hunt. If you use the 10 cards with a diamond you will have a second scavenger hunt with 10 cards. By using the 20 cards with club you will have a combined scavenger hunt with 20 cards. Solutions can be found by using graphing, elimination or substitution. When graphing is appropriate, a graph is placed on the question card. When a system could be solved by graphing, a graph will appear on the question. Small sheets of graph paper can be provided at that graphing card for students to attach to their answer sheet for those problems.