Students will practice evaluating algebraic expressions given variable replacements with this Scavenger Hunt activity. Only positive substitution values are used activity, however, there are a couple negative answers. I use this activity with a group of advanced 6th graders just beginning to learn about integers.
This scavenger hunt includes 12 problems and a student recording worksheet. Hang the problems around the room (or in the hallway) and distribute the recording worksheet to each student. Clipboards work very well for this type of activity! Place your students in groups of 2-3 and assign each group a place to start. They solve the problem at the station, then use their answer to lead them to the next problem. They should finish the Scavenger Hunt at the same problem they started with.
BONUS: This resource also includes guided notes on evaluating expressions to use to introduce the topic prior to using the activity.
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