I want to do my part to support your efforts in finding ways to send interactive math activities to your students from afar. So I have been building a library of

**Google math activities**, which are all updates to existing printable math activities.

In this post I show what the updated partner scavenger hunts look like on

**Google Slides**and solve 'n check! math tasks look like on

**Google Forms**. I also link to my store's new GOOGLE math section.

### 1: Math Partner Scavenger Hunts on Google Slides

This is what the Google Slides version of a digital partner scavenger hunt looks like with the update.

The printable versions are still in all of the files, and links have been added to the files for the online versions. Now all of my partner scavenger hunt math activities include links to interactive Google Slides versions.

__How the new Google Slides versions work:__

*But wait, what IS a partner scavenger hunt?*

__self-checking either way__.

*(*If you already own any of these activities, please re-download to find the new Google Slides links.)*

### 2: Solve 'n Check! Math Tasks on Google Forms

Every one of my Solve 'n Check math tasks is now also on Google Forms. The original files were updated with the new links so you'll still have the printable paper versions along with the new Google Forms.

The added links inside will bring you to a Google Form that you can edit, although is good to go as is. When you are ready, click "SEND" in the top right corner to send the Form to students to complete the cards activity. You do not have to have a Google Classroom for this; you can send the Form to students via email. Above is what the form looks like from the teacher side. Below is what the form looks like to students.

*What is a solve 'n check math task?*

__self-checking__, even with the printable version. Students solve both equations on the card then check their answers with the check equation in the bottom right corner.

At the end of the activity when students submit their answers, you can see them by toggling to the "Responses" tab on your form. You can see all of my updated Solve 'n Check math tasks here:

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3: More digital math activities

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Thank you for sending this resource. I am working on building my online instruction and my 5th graders love it when I throw something different at them!

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