Math 1 Scavenger Hunt: Shapes
Learn about shapes and notice how they are used in the world around you.
Learn about shapes and notice how they are used in the world around you. Scavenger hunts are a great way to learn while up and moving around. You can do this outside on beautiful days, and inside on rainy days. Find 2D and 3D shapes and race to the finish, or take the challenge of finding as many as possible of each.
To use this scavenger hunt you need a printer, ten pieces of paper, and a pencil.
windows, mirrors, doors, toilet paper and paper towel rolls, pictures, cups, paper, letters, tiles, books, wood flooring, outlet face plates, door knobs, pillows, tape rolls, walls, sinks, toilet seats, electronics screens, DVDs and CDs, rugs, mattresses, sheets, towels, blanket, desktops, lamp shades, curtain rods, buttons, toys
railings, fence slats, leaves, watering hose, watering cans, flower pots, buckets, bricks, pavers, sidewalk segments, telephone poles, tree knots, seed pods, berries, roof lines, downspouts, manhole covers, chimneys, satellite dish, balls, kites, bicycles, skateboard wheels, car wheels
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