I started making these scavenger hunts to support science in my classroom. However, what I found was that these hunts are a great way to also support reading. Students read to find information about reptiles and then answer questions. It works great a supplement to your science curriculum.
Here is a picture of the task cards. There are 20 total task cards. Hang them up around the room and it lets kids get moving while they answering questions. Trust me they will love this activity, my students beg for them.
Here is a picture of what the question pages look like. One thing that I will be doing next year to extend my higher kids, is to have them write their own questions. The lower learners can still participate with the already made questions.
This is my first science scavenger hunt, but I’m working on more this summer. If you have a topic you would like a scavenger hunt for leave a comment for this post with your email and topic.