Team Scavenger Hunts are a great way to practice skills across the curriculum and review for tests. Divide your class into small groups and give each team a laminated team card. Post the laminated place cards on the board using tape, magnets or a pocket chart. Explain your rules for any variation of a scavenger hunt that will work in your classroom. I often times use a fill in the blank sheet that corresponds to a textbook lesson. I also use the hunts with SCOOT cards or task cards that I have posted randomly around the room.As student groups finish the hunt, they turn in their answer sheet to you and post their team card under the next place card available. As answer sheets come in check them for accuracy.When all groups have finished the scavenger hunt go over the answers with the students. The group of students who have the most correct answers and are closest to first place are the winners. (For example, if the first place finishers have 2 incorrect answers and the second place finishers have 1 incorrect answer, and the third place finishers have all of the answers correct…team three wins the scavenger hunt!) There are enough cards for 12 teams.