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### Create a New QuizEdit this quizView a Sample QuizDetailed Case StudySearch the ArchiveFeedback ## A. Prior to the lesson:

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

• Bring these devices into the lesson.

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

## B. The lesson:

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!

## C. TIPS / OTHER IDEAS

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

### Question

1. Mrs. Harper ordered 4 different colors of markers. She ordered 25 of each color marker. She ordered 2 times as many pencils as markers. How many pencils did Mrs. Harper order? a. 100 b. 200 c. 300 d. 250B
2. Patrick is buying cheese for a party. He needs to buy 70 ounces of cheese. Cheese is only sold in 6 and 10 ounce packages. Which choice shows the least amount of cheese Patrick can buy to have enough for the party? a. 5 six-ounce packages and 4 ten-ounce packages. b. 7 six-ounce packages and 2 ten-ounce packages. c. 6 six-ounce packages and 3 ten-ounce packages. d. 8 six-ounce packages and 3 ten-ounce packagesA
3. A store sold 420 DVD players last year. The store sold 7 different brands of DVD players. The store sold the same number of each brand of DVD player. How many of each brand did the store sell? a. 60 b. 70 c. 65 d. 62A
4. The math team went to the aquarium to do research. Each team member paid \$13 for the trip. There were 20 members on the trip. What was the total amount the team members paid a. 300 b. 350 c. 200 d. 260D
5. Chris has twice as many marbles as Timmy. Together they have 45 marbles. How many marbles does Chris have? a. 30 b. 15 c. 28 d. 16A
6. Danny has a set of red, green, and blue marbles. The red marbles make up one-half of the set. The set has 4 blue marbles. The number of green marbles is twice the number of blue marbles. How many total marbles are in Danny's set? a. 20 b. 8 c. 12 d. 24D
7. Brandy had 2 boxes of blocks. Each box had 50 blocks. He built a tower with 1/5 of the blocks out of each of the boxes. How many blocks did Ben use to build the tower? a. 100 b. 10 c. 20 d. 40C
8. Katy had 100 cards in a box. She gave 4/10 of the cards to Maddy. How many cards did Kim have left in the box? a. 50 b. 60 c. 100 d. 70B
9. There were 12 white ducks swimming in a pond. Three times as many brown ducks flew in and landed in the pond. Then half of the white ducks flew away. How many ducks remained in the pond? a. 42 b. 36 c. 20 d. 26A
10. There were 3,768 people at the carnival. Each person bought 10 tickets. How many tickets were bought at the carnival? a. 376 b. 428 c. 37,680 d. 32,046C
11. There are 627 students at a museum. All the students will tour the museum in groups of up to 8 students. What is the smallest number of tour groups that can be used? a. 12 b. 15 c. 79 d. 78C
12. Leah had a set 8 toy cars. Then she gave 2 to her sister. What fraction of Leah's set did Leah give to her sister? a. 3/4 b. 1/4 c. 1/2 d. 1/3B
13. What is the value of 8 x 3/4? a. 8/4 b. 6 c. 8 d. 24/32B
14. Valerie poured 60/100 of water into a bowl. Susan poured 2/10 of water into the same bowl. What was the total amount of water the girls poured into the bowl? a. 62/100 b. 6/100 c. 62/10 d. 8/10D
15. Mark and Chris went bird watching. Chris saw 5 times as many red birds as Mark. Chris saw 35 birds. Which equation could be used to find how many red birds Mark saw? a. 35/5 b. 35 x 5 c. 35 - 5 d. 35 + 5A
16. Which fraction is equivalent to 25/100? a. 3/4 b. 1/2 c. 1/4 d. 1/3C
17. Marcie and Alexis went running. The distance Alex ran was farther than the distance Marcie ran. Marcie ran 6/8 of a mile. Which could be the distance Alexis ran? a. 9/10 b. 3/4 c. 1/2 d. 5/8A
18. Which number is a multiple of 7? a. 24 b. 46 c. 65 d. 63D
19. What number would be the same as 5 thousands, 13 hundreds, 0 tens, and 4 ones? a. 5,304 b. 6,304 c. 6,340 d. 5,340B
20. Which choice is equal to 3.5? a. 3/5 b. 5/3 c. 7/2 d. 2/7C
21. Sally had 12 gallons of water. How many quarts of waters does she have? a. 48 b. 12 c. 36 d. 25A
22. The lengths and widths of 4 rectangles are shown in the answer choices. Which rectangle has a perimeter of 24? a. length = 10, width = 10 b. length = 9, width = 1 c. length = 8, width = 4 d. length = 5, width = 2C
23. How many lines of symmetry does a regular polygon with 5 sides have? a. 5 b. 4 c. 3 d. 0A
24. Which choice has a total of 4,520? a. 45 hundreds and 52 tens b. 45 hundreds and 20 tens c. 40 hundreds and 62 tens d. 38 hundreds and 72 tensD
25. What are the next 3 numbers in the pattern: 500, 502, 506, 512, 520, 530 _____, ______, ______? a. 542, 556, 572 b. 542, 550, 563 c. 540, 550, 560 d. 540, 560, 580A
26. Which decimal is the same as 7/100? a) .07 b) .70 c) .7 d) .77A
27. Andy got to the park at 7:30. While he was there he played for 30 minutes and walked the dog for 25. At what time did Andy leave the park? a. 8:00 b. 8:25 c. 8:15 d. 7:45B
28. A security camera rotates 30 degrees every ten seconds. How long does it take the camera to rotate 180 degrees? a. 6 minutes b. 1 minute c. 2 minutes d. 3 minutesB
29. A hallway is 5 yards long. How many feet long is the hallway? a. 30 b. 180 c. 15 d. 25C
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