Today for our flipped classroom math lesson activity we went on a scavenger hunt. The students had to visit seven different stations around the school, count the number of objects at each station, record the number, and then record whether there was a dozen of that object or not. At their final station, they had to pour cups of water into a pint container until it was full then record how many cups of water the pint container would hold. All hands on activities to reinforce the concepts of dozen, cup, and pint. My students told me this was the best day of their life. Just a little creative thought and a little cooperation from my fellow staff members and voila, we have great math lesson. The kids loved touring the school and counting objects. They were VERY cooperative and VERY quiet. The school staff reported to me that they handled themselves incredibly well. I was so proud of them. If you are interested in flipped classroom lessons, please e-mail me.