Here is a fun math scavenger hunt to try with your students!

- How many zeroes are in one million?
- What is an object that is exactly five inches long?
- How many prime numbers come before 100?
- How many nickels are in twenty dollars?
- What do all the numbers on a computer keyboard add up to?
- What is the circumference of your head?
- How many stacked pennies make an inch?
- Where is there a right angle in your classroom?
- On what date will the 100th day of school fall this year?
- How many minutes are you in school each day?
- How tall do you think you will be when you are an adult?
- How old will you be in the year 2050?
- Name something that weighs about a pound.
- How long is your classroom?
- If you divided the kids in your class into pairs, how many pairs would there be?
- Can the kids in your class be evenly divided into groups of three?
- How far can you count by 2s quickly without making a mistake?
- How many even numbers are on this page?
- Would you rather have $100 or 350 quarters?
- What is infinity?

Behind the Classroom Doors says

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Kim says

March 9, 2016 at 6:50 pmwhat is the answers to the scavenger hunt questions

Rachel Lynette says

March 10, 2016 at 11:29 amMany of the answers depend on your classroom and students.