View the Teacher’s Key.Create clues that can be attached to surfaces
throughout the classroom.On the back of
the clues, write the information contained in the suggested exercise category.
Provide dictionaries to each group. Optional:Using colored paper, copy the Student Group Scavenger Hunt Worksheet on
red, blue, green, and yellow paper.
Use the student worksheets as a homework assignment instead
of a classroom activity and have each student complete the worksheet.
Group Scavenger Hunt Worksheet
Scavenger Hunt Activity Worksheet Key
clues throughout the classroom for students to find.
students into groups and give each group a red, blue, green, or orange
student group scavenger worksheet and a dictionary.The color coded worksheets have a theme
connected with the clues.The red
worksheet organizes the clues by listing the muscles from head to
toe.The blue worksheet lists
muscles from toe to head. The green worksheet lists the muscles in
alphabetical order, and the yellow worksheet lists the anatomical names
for the muscles in alphabetical order.Therefore, each color coded worksheet will have a different
starting clue so teams can start at different points.This will prevent competing group
members from copying from each other.
students to follow the directions outlined on the Student Scavenger Hunt
should identify the answer for the first clue.Then, the students will search for
clues throughout the classroom until they are ultimately led to the grand
prize.The grand prize could include
extra-credit or a purchased gift for the winning team
order to win the grand prize, each team must have the name of the muscle,
anatomical name of the muscle, the location of the clue, and the exercise
that was attached to the clue listed in the correct order on the
worksheet.Students will use the
dictionary to look up the anatomical muscle name.