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This is a fun way for your students to practice the skills learned in measuring angles using protractors. Students choose any card to start on. They use their protractor to measure the angle on the card, then they record the measurement on their answer sheet. They will need to search the room for
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This scavenger hunt contains word problems and diagrams that have students finding missing angles using what they know about complementary, supplementary, adjacent and vertical angles. In some problems they are required to solve equations to find the missing angle. Scavenger Hunt Directions Hang th
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This is a fun way for your students to practice additive angles. Students choose any card to start on. They solve the problem on the card. Once they have the answer, they record it on the answer sheet. They will need to search the room for another card that has that answer on it. Once they find it t
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This scavenger hunt has students applying their knowledge of types of angles (complementary, supplementary, and vertical) to find the missing angle in a figure. Students can begin at any problem and find the missing angle (recording sheet included). Then, find the problem with the answer to that p
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This Complementary and Supplementary Angles Scavenger Hunt was created by Pupsaroni Puzzles for use in a classroom studying complementary and supplementary angles. This activity allows students to solve for the complement or supplement as required. The cards all have an “answer” at the top, and a
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This activity includes 12 practice problems: -Finding the missing angle in supplementary and complementary angles - Writing and solving one and two-step equations - Combining like terms The scavenger hunt game gets students out of their seat and engaged in learning and provides a great opportunity
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This product is a great resource to check for your students' understanding, as well as practice the concept of vertical and adjacent angles. This activity gets students up and moving, and is extremely engaging. Simply post the problems around the room, print off a recording page for each student,
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This activity consists of 12 different problem cards in which a pair of parallel lines are cut by a transversal. The teacher posts the 12 problem cards around the classroom. Students begin their scavenger hunt at one card, solve for the given variable, and show their work on a recording template.
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A quick fun activity on angles that would allow students to find real-world examples of angles. There's also a rubric included for easy grading!
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What is better than a worksheet but still provides authentic practice of solving for the unknown or missing angle? A SCAVENGER HUNT! With this scavenger hunt students will practice finding the missing angle within Complementary and Supplementary Angles. The hunt encourages students to write an equa
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This product is a great resource to check for your students' understanding, as well as practice the concept of complementary and supplementary angles. This activity gets students up and moving, and is extremely engaging. Simply post the problems around the room, print off a recording page for each
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The Pairs of Angles Scavenger Hunt - PP was created by Pupsaroni Puzzles for use in an Angles Unit early in a Geometry course. The cards all have an “answer” at the top, and another problem at the bottom to continue the scavenger hunt. Students can start at any card they choose. They write down
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Students will go on a scavenger hunt for angles around them. Students will record one example of a right angle, an obtuse angle, an acute angle, and a straight angle.
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An open ended, hands on angles activity. Search for different types of angles inside the classroom or in the playground (or any setting!) and record them on your scavenger hunt sheet. This activity can be extended in a variety of ways - work individually or in small groups; share your findings and m
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This Naming and Classifying Angles Scavenger Hunt - PP was created by Pupsaroni Puzzles for use in a Geometry classroom during the Unit of Sets of Lines Cut by a Transversal. The cards all have an “answer” at the top, and another problem at the bottom to continue the scavenger hunt. Students can
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This scavenger hunt features two options to fit your pacing, level of math, and other needs. Options: -Use angle pair knowledge to find complementary, supplementary, and vertical angles (16 problems) -Use the above PLUS find missing angles of and classify triangles and a polygon (21 problems) To us
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In this scavenger hunt, students will review their knowledge of the following concepts and vocabulary: -measuring with a protractor -acute -obtuse -right -straight -full circle -complementary -supplementary -vertical -adjacent -finding the mystery angle -angles with algebra
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In this activity, students will find an example of each kind of angle in real life. These angles include: right obtuse acute straight Students will draw the angle as it looks in real life. Students will then write a sentence describing the angle they have found.
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Year 6 Angles scavenger hunt connects to Stage 3 curriculum- Corresponding angles- Angles around a point- Supplementary angles- Reading protractos- Vertically Opposite angles
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This is a fun, challenging scavenger hunt to help students explore angle relationships. Students move around the room answering questions about angles. Their solutions will lead them to the next question until they have answered all ten.Required Skills/Background Knowledge:-Angle relationships cre
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Students love practicing concepts with a scavenger hunt! This activity includes complementary & supplementary angles, angle relationships within parallel lines cut by a transversal, and triangle sum theorem. Students find the missing angle in a diagram by using what they've learned about the t
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In this file you fill have a conditional statement and vertical angle Scavenger hunt. Is 24 exercises where students will need to write the converse, inverse, contrapositive and bi conditional from a given statement and to find the value of x in vertical angles.
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Watch your students move throughout your classroom as they solve for missing angles including: * Complementary Angles * Supplementary Angles * Vertical Angles * Adjacent Angles This is a great activity to get your class up and moving while solving math problems. Use it as a whole group activity or
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Have students practice identifying benchmark angles by gluing two strips of paper together at a right angle and then holding their benchmark up to different objects around the room or school.
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