Crazy Math Mom's
Scavenger Hunts

Scavenger Hunts are a long time favorite among children and adults. Scavenger hunts are motivating, engaging, and just plain old fun. They are a perfect vehicle for learning.

Each Scavenger Hunt:

*Is age appropriate, choose K-2 or 3-5 or both.

*Includes math vocabulary aligned with National Standards. This alone will give your child a huge boost in math!

*Offers picture definitions of each math vocabulary word!

*Comes with a recording sheet to keep track of your scavenger finds!

* Promises Super Crazy and Wacky fun!





Enjoy these free scavenger hunts

( read brief suggestions below to make your hunts go smoothly):

On the Beach

Both a K-2 and 3-5 Hunt are available

At the Shopping Mall

Both a K-2 and 3-5 Hunt are available

Nature Scavenger Hunt

Both a K-2 and 3-5 Hunt are available

* If you would like to be the first to know when the Scavenger Hunts are released, you can sign up for our Monthly Newsletter " Monthly Math Mission".



Blindfolded Scavenger Hunt (released August 2012)





Scavenger Hunt 101:

Materials: Clipboard, Pencil, Kid

1. Find a space to huddle before the hunt starts. Explain the items and definitions on the Scavenger Hunt List. Ask any questions. Give out change if the hunt calls for something that costs money . Set boundaries ( physical and social) and a time limit. ( boundaries will vary on the age of your children- I follow my young guy from a comfortable distance). If you have two younger kids you can all hunt together- that works too!

2. Let the games begin. Stick to a time limit. If they need more time then you can meet up and set another time limit.

3. Meet up and debrief. What did they find? I ask my kids to explain each item and how it fits the description. Mentally I take note of which concepts they do understand and which ones need work! I tuck that information into my brain for later!

Sign the certificate!

* You can also offer a prize if your up for it!

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