Looking for engaging first week of school activities that will get your students up and moving? Check out this mental math review scavenger hunt that will have your kids collaborating to be the first to crack the code!
— ABOUT THIS RESOURCE —
✔ Low prep activity – just print, copy and hide a treat!
✔ Encourages students to interact with new classmates
✔ Includes addition, subtraction, multiplication and division up to 12×12
✔ Students learn a little about the classroom while searching for the ‘treasure’ (prize)
✔ Students are motivated to work with a partner and solve the questions
✔ Gets students up and moving
— WHAT’S INCLUDED? —
✔ Two-page printable math treasure hunt for students
• Page 1 – 30 question clues to be solved
• Page 2 – the code and answer key to find the treasure
✔ Answer key
Want to accommodate? Allow students to use pencil and paper, or a calculator.
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