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
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.
|1. 1. André has 7 angry bird games and Landon has 2 more than André. How many angry bird games does Landon have? How many do they have together?||Landon has 9 and together they have 17.||2. 2. Make up a word problem that uses the number sentence 6 + 8.||Answers will vary.||3. 3. Use the counters to show double 7.||Answer 14.||4. 4. Use some, or all, of the shapes in the baggie to create a design. How much is your design worth? What is your neighbour’s design worth?||Answers will vary.||5. 5. Read pages 8 and 9 from the Fact Family Book. Use the counters to model the addition and subtraction fact families.||Answers will vary.||6. 6. Jesse had 4 bananas and Dakota gave him some more. Now he has 13. How many bananas did Dakota give to Jesse?||Dakota gave Jesse 9 bananas.||7. 7. Lorena had 19 marbles, but she lost some. Now she only has 8 marbles left. Sergei helped her look for them and found 2 more. How many did she lose?||Lorena lost 9 marbles.||8. 8. Haley had 9 crayons and lost 2. Veda had 8 crayons and lost 3. Who has more crayons?||Haley has 7 crayons.||9. 9. Take some counters out of the baggie. Hide 2 of the counters under your hand. How many counters do you have now? How many counters did you have to begin with?||Answers will vary.||10. 10. Use the number line for this question. Cameron put his counter on 14. What number would his counter be on if he went up 4? Put your counter back on 14. What number would Cameron be on if he went back 10?||18 and then 4.||11. 11. Michael wrote a fact family on the board. What family do you think he wrote on the board? Write your fact family on the dry erase board.||Answers will vary.||12. 12. Benjamin, Jonathan and Zachery each had 5 gummy worms. How many gummy worms do they have altogether?||They have 15 gummy worms altogether.||13. 13. Charlee and Autumn were skipping at recess. Some more students started skipping with them. There are now 17 students skipping. How many students started skipping with Charlee and Autumn?||15 students.||14. 14. Kade and Alex made some cupcakes to share with the class. Miss Nicholson ate 3 cupcakes. Now there are only 17 cupcakes. How many cupcakes did Kade and Alex have before Miss Nicholson ate 3? Will there be enough for the class now?||They had 20 cupcakes and now there will not be enough.||15. 15. Hannah, Grace and Brianna were helping Miss Nicholson organize her book bins. Hannah helped with 5 book bins. Grace helped with 6 book bins and Brianna went to the water fountain. How many book bins did the girls help to organize?||They helped with 11 book bins.|
Question 1 (of 15)
Question 2 (of 15)
Question 3 (of 15)
Question 4 (of 15)
Question 5 (of 15)
Question 6 (of 15)
Question 7 (of 15)
Question 8 (of 15)
Question 9 (of 15)
Question 10 (of 15)
Question 11 (of 15)
Question 12 (of 15)
Question 13 (of 15)
Question 14 (of 15)
Question 15 (of 15)