All 34 scavenger hunts I use in my middle school classes. These scavenger hunts are a great way to boost student engagement. Topics include fractions, decimals, integers, order of operations, radicals, proportions, area, expressions, and equations. Plus you get all future middle school scavenger hunts FOR FREE! Middle school math
FREE grade math worksheets - these are great for extra practice, summer learning for forth graders (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, story problems and more) Great for homeschool families.
Remediation Wall - great idea. I teach 6th, 7th and 8th grade math. I think I will use this idea for those pesky little skills like dividing fractions, rounding decimals, adding and subtracting integers, etc. Having a binder nearby with answer keys really makes this user-friendly!
percent quilt - to increase to 7th or 8th grade level - change the square so that it is not 10 x 10 - but perhaps 12x12. This will increase the difficulty level when calculating the fractions, decimals, and %. I HAVE done this before and it rocks!