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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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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 equat

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

Common Core Standard 7.G.5 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. Scaven

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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 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

Watch your students move throughout your classroom as they solve for missing angles including:* Complementary Angles* Supplementary Angles* Vertical Angles* Adjacent AnglesThis is a great activity to get your class up and moving while solving math problems. Use it as a whole group activity or as a c

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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)
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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

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

Complementary and Supplementary Angle MATCH Game• 2 sets of angle cards, complementary or supplementary• Pass out one set of angle cards, one per student. They must find the complementary or supplementary angle to match, depending on the set.Complementary and Supplementary "Scavenger Hunt"• Snowflak

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This is a geometry circuit that students can use to practice working with beginning angle problems.In order to be successful with this circuit, students must be familiar with the following vocabulary: vertical angles, supplementary angles, complementary angles, congruent, linear pair, and perpendicu

Get your students out of their seats and moving around the classroom as they solve 15 problems involving complementary, supplementary, and vertical angles. Students will need to have prior knowledge of solving multi-step equations, including combining like terms (variables on one side only). Each pr

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Also included in: Middle School Math Scavenger Hunt Mega Bundle

This scavenger hunt is the perfect way to review the following angle relationships:• Complementary• Supplementary• Vertical• Corresponding• Alternate Interior• Alternate Exterior• Same-Side InteriorAll 14 problems require students to write and solve an algebraic equation.Directions, student recordin

Segments and Angles (Properties, Definitions, Postulates) Scavenger Hunt
This scavenger hunt activity consists of 22 problems in which students practice identifying properties, definitions, postulates, and theorems used with segments and angles. Simply print the 22 problems and scatter around the

Do you need a fun way for students to practice angle relationships with minimal prep? The Basic Angle Relationships Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem hanging around the classroom.

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Do you need a fun way for students to practice solving equations with angle relationships with minimal prep? The Angle Relationships with Parallel Lines Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another

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Do you need a fun way for students to practice midsegments, angle bisectors, and perpendicular bisectors with minimal prep? The Midsegments and Angle Bisectors Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find a

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20 Task Cards on Angle pairs are included.
This is a scavenger hunt to use in a classroom. Post the problems around the room and give each student or group a starting spot. Students will solve for x for each problem. By solving the first problem, each group will use their answer to find the nex

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In this bundle, you will receive all the scavenger hunt games that I use in my Geometry class. Scavenger hunts are an excellent activity to get students moving around the classroom while being engaged with the mathematics. In these activities, students use the answer to one problem to find another p

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This activity can be used as a center, as a scavenger hunt around the class, "scoot" style*(see below), or using the Smartboard lesson to go over it/ teach it.
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Complementary Angles, Supplementary angles, missing angles of triangles, missing angles of a quad, and writing equations.
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This scavenger hunt contains the following problems:
Complementary Angles
Supplementary Angles
Vertical Angles
Sum of interior Angles of Triangles
Students will travel around to 12 stations and will need to set up equations, solve for x, and substitute the value of x back in to solve for the missin

No Prep: Just print and go!
Easy grading!
Students will solve a total of 12 problems using facts about supplementary, complementary, vertical, and adjacent angles. After a student solves a problem, they look for their answer on a different problem card. When they find their answer, the move on to

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