I have never seen my students so excited! Today was the Spanish 3 Scavenger Hunt. Yesterday students worked with a partner to write out directions from my classroom to anther school appropriate location. At this location the students on the hunt would find a prize placed by the first set of students. My principals are fabulous to support this activity, and most of our staff is willing to join in the fun by allowing the kids to come in their classrooms to "search" for a clue. My students are practicing using plural commands with this activity, and many realized the value of giving clear directions. Another take-way for them was the need to retain vocabulary from previous lessons. They didn't have dictionaries or vocabulary sheets with them as they hunted for their prize, and had to rely on what they remembered to be successful.You can find the handout I gave my students here. Let me know if you try this with your students.