Solve real-world and mathematical problems by writing and solving equations of the form x + p = q and px = q for cases in which p, q and x are all nonnegative rational numbers.
After all this great visual modeling and hands on experience, my students were ready to transition to a mental model and solve some problems. With the nice spring weather we have been having, I was looking for a way to get kids up and moving and engaged in their math practice. In order to do this, I created several QR code scavenger hunts for them.
|I love when students are up and out of their seats! Kids were super engaged in this and it was easy to see who was struggling and who needed more help.|
|Students need a digital device with a QR code reader app (there are MANY free ones!) My students worked in pairs sharing a device. We used a variety of smartphones, iPads and other tablets.|
|Here is a students' record sheet from the Addition and Subtraction QR Code Scavenger Hunt|
The kids had so much fun and got such great practice with solving addition and subtraction equations that I created another one for multiplication and division equations. I also created a third one that combines all 4 operations into one scavenger hunt.
|If your students are new to solving one step equations, this is a great place to start!|
|When your students are ready, here is a great way to practice multiplication and division equations|
|This scavenger hunt combines all 4 operations and is a great way to review for the unit assessment or standardized testing.|
|To save you time and money, I have bundled all three scavenger hunts into one product! Check it out here!|