Looking for a way to get your kids moving around the classroom?
My students love our scavenger hunts, and I love the easy prep!
Simply print out the pages, tape up around the room, and go!
This scavenger hunt addresses calculating the volume of rectangular prisms and cubes, as well as counting unit cubes for basic volume of irregular shapes.
-Print out scavenger hunt questions. Mix them up and tape around the classroom. Using the recording sheet, students can start at any problem. They should write down the vegetable name, answer the question, and then look for the answer at the top of one of the other problems. Once they find their answer, they answer the question below.
-Questions and answers connect in a circular pattern. As they answer the questions, students should end up back where they started!
-Use the answer key as student reference. My students like to check with me as they go, to make sure they are on the right track.
I hope your students enjoy this activity as much as mine did!