1. Arrange students into groups. Each group needs at least ONE person who has a mobile device.

2. If their phone camera doesn't automatically detect and decode QR codes, ask students to

- Download a QR reader (e.g. I-Nigma | NeoReader | Kaywa) onto their mobile devices
- Bring these devices into the lesson.

4. Cut them out and place them around your class / school.

1. Give each group a clipboard and a piece of paper so they can write down the decoded questions and their answers to them.

2. Explain to the students that the codes are hidden around the school. Each team will get ONE point for each question they correctly decode and copy down onto their sheet, and a further TWO points if they can then provide the correct answer and write this down underneath the question.

3. Away they go! The winner is the first team to return with the most correct answers in the time available. This could be within a lesson, or during a lunchbreak, or even over several days!

4. A detailed case study in how to set up a successful QR Scavenger Hunt using this tool can be found here.

Question | Answer |

DT ran 1.67 mile. Lille ran 1.7 mile. Who ran farther and why? | Lille |

Dawson ran 0.34 mile. Zack ran 0.4 mile. Who ran farther and why? | Zack |

Grace ran 0.8 mile. Gracie ran 0.19 mile. Who ran farther and why? | Grace |

Mrs. Thompson's class had a bake sale with cupcakes donated by a local food store. They sold 47 cupcakes at lunch on Monday and 82 cupcakes on Tuesday. At the end of the five day week, they sold a total of 198 cupcakes. How many cupcakes did his class sell the rest of the week? | 69 cupcakes |

Mrs. Seifarth's class had a car wash to raise money. They sold 82 tickets on Monday, 47 tickets on Tuesday and 98 tickets on Wednesday. At the end of the seven-day week, they sold a total of 504 tickets. How many tickets did her school sell the rest of the week? | 277 tickets |

Maggie was selling magazines for five days in a row. She sold a total of $245.00 worth of magazines. On Tuesday, she sold $67.00. On Wednesday, she sold $55.00 and on Thursday she sold $36.00 worth of magazines. How many dollars worth of magazines did she sell on the last two days? | $87.00 |

In the zoo, there are an equal number of ostriches and polar bears. Ostriches have two legs and polar bears have four legs. There are a total of 36 legs between the two types of animals. how many polar bears are at the zoo? | 6 polar bears |

There are an equal number of triangles and pentagons on the geometry bulletin board. Triangles have 3 sides, while pentagons have 5-sides. There are a total of 32 sides on the geometry bulletin board. How many 5-sided figures are on the board? | 4 pentagons |

In the Harley Davidson parking lot, there are an equal number of cars and motorcycles. Cars have 4 wheels and motorcycles have 2 wheels. There are a total of 60 wheels in the parking lot. How many cars are there? | 10 cars |

Olivia bought 1 bracelet for $9.25 and 1 necklace for $11.50. She received 1 quarter in change from the clerk. How much money did she have when she started shopping? | $21.00 |

John bought 1 pencil for $.25 and 1 pen for $1.50 and 1 folder for $0.75. He received 2 quarters in change from the clerk. How much money did he have when he started shopping? | $3.00 |

The TV show ended at 8:00 PM. It began 1 1/2 hours earlier. What time did the TV show begin? Was it AM or PM? | 6:30 PM |

The movie ended at 1:15 PM. It began 1 1/2 hours earlier. What time did the movie begin? Was it AM or PM? | 11:45 AM |

Joe's dad bought 2 large chocolate chip cookies for her birthday party. He wanted to cut the cookies so that each of the 12 people at her party had equal size pieces. What fractional part of a cookie should each person get? | 1/6 of a cookie |

Orayon's mom bought 3 large chocolate chip cookies for his Valentine party. She wanted to cut the cookies so that each of the 9 people at his party had equal size pieces. What fractional part of a cookie should each person get? | 1/3 of a cookie |

Grandma bought 4 pumpkin pies for Thanksgiving. She wanted to cut the pies so that each of the 20 people at the dinner had equal size pieces. What fractional part of a pie should each person get? | 1/5 of a pie |

Boxes that are 4 inches tall are being stacked next to boxes that are 5 inches tall. What is the shortest height in inches at which the two stacks will be the same height? | 20 inches |

Cylinders that are 6 inches tall are being stacked next to cylinders that are 3 inches tall. What is the shortest height in inches at which the two stacks will be the same height? | 12 inches |

Cartons that are 18 inches tall are being stacked next to similar cartons that are 10 inches tall. What is the shortest height in inches at which the two stacks of cartons will be the same height? | 90 inches |

Boards that are 2 inches thick are being stacked next to boards that are 1.5 inches thick. What is the shortest height in inches at which the two stacks will be the same height? | 6 inches |

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