This Halloween scavenger hunt is a fun, low-prep activity that will give your students practice with addition with sums up to 30.
To play, print out the addition problem cards and place them all around the room. (I suggest putting them in spots that will be a little bit challenging to find.)
Give each student one recording sheet.
Put on some fun Halloween music and send the kids on an addition hunt. They will need to find each item on their list, solve the multiplication problem, and record the answer on their paper.
This can be a timed or untimed activity depending on the ability of your students and how much time you have. When finished, you can give a little treat to the student who got the most answers correct.
This is a great way to keep an academic focus on Halloween!
20 addition picture cards
Student recording sheet
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