One of the fun things I like to do in my math camp course is Scavenger Hunts. Since I want to make sure my middle schoolers, incoming kiddos, and soon-to-be kiddos are SOLID on their fraction facts, we spend an ENTIRE day doing fractions and refreshing our brains as to how to add, subtract, multiply and divide them. The last 20-30 minutes, we have a scavenger hunt around my room.
Here's a few samples of the cards in this particular set:
**How to play**
- Tape cards all over your room
- Split students up into equal ability groups (as much as possible)
- Have students start at any one of the numbered cards. They make a loop around themselves, so it doesn't matter where students start
- Students note the CARD NUMBER they are at, solve the problem and find the answer on a DIFFERENT CARD. Then they repeat the process
- Students will know they are "done" when they arrive back at the card they started at,.
- You then check their CARD NUMBER SEQUENCE and can redirect as needed.
This set includes 20 cards and the answer sequence. Cards review addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Subtraction with regrouping is also revisited.