So I decided to give it a try! My students were struggling with rounding to the nearest 10 and 100.
This was a great activity to get the students up and moving. Our curriculum is so fast paced... Yet I decided to slow it down a bit as this is a skill they will be using in math in future grades and even in life!
The students loved it! This is how I played.... Students were to get up out of their seats. When I yelled to begin, they are to flip over the task card at their desk and write down their answer on the provided answer sheet. After they have written their answer, they are to flip cards back over. Once I yell "SCOOT" ( about every 30 seconds), they are move onto the next desk, flip over that card and solve. I tried to make this as uniform as possible in my classroom, by having students go to all of the student desks' at their group and then as a group move onto the next set of desks. But that is totally up to you. I have even spread out the cards around the classroom for the students to find. I love that the students have to think quickly, but I would adapt the time depending on the skill they are working on. Since this skill was rounding, I only gave about 30 seconds for the students to complete each card; making it roughly about a 10 minute game for my students. The pictured cards are ones I found on Super Teacher Worksheets; but I have since created my own scoot cards.....VALENTINE'S STYLE!
You can find my version here: