Are you looking for a fun way to introduce your students to spring? Try out this spring scavenger hunt with your students. Students can use the internet or bring in a collection of books about spring for the students to use. They can complete the scavenger hunt individually or else work with a partner or in a small group.
Give each student, pair of students, or small group a copy of the scavenger hunt. Students use the internet or search in books for answers to the spring scavenger hunt. An answer key is provided. CLICK on on the images to download your copy of the spring scavenger hunt.
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Next Article: 21 Spring Teaching Ideas and Add to Link Up
- Spring Part 1: How to Use Spring Tiered Math Prompts for Problem Solving
- Spring Part 2: 5 Easy-to-Implement Ideas for FREE Spring Choice Board
- Spring Part 3: How to Use Spring ABC Brainstorming Templates
- Spring Part 5: 21 Spring Teaching Ideas and Add to Link Up
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