Great fun review activity for before state test...even better for low maintenance fun activity after state test! Kids love a little competition. This is a review activity for students to practice identifying angle relationships. It does not ask for students to find angle measures, but rather provides a fun way for students to practice identifying general angle relationships in the style of the game Memory.
6 Angle Relationships in this game:
Students will work in pairs. Print (PAGE 2) the desired number of times on cardstock. Print in color OR print in grayscale and then color by hand.
There are 6 angle relationship name cards and 6 picture cards for each color. There are 12 green cards and 12 blue cards for a total of 24 cards.
Laminate prior to cutting if preferred.
Have responsible students assist with cutting to save time.
Store each set of 24 cards in a small Ziplock snack bag or secure with a small binder clip.
Directions for Students:
Mix all cards around…Lay them face down in a 4x6 grid…Take turns flipping 2 cards at a time being sure to flip them completely over so your opponent can see them…If they are a matching pair, the player gets to keep the 2 cards…If the pair is not matching, the cards are flipped back over in the same place and the other player gets a turn…The player with the most matched pairs is the winner. Analyze each picture card when you see it so that you can remember which name card it should pair up with.
Match Blue Angle Relationship Name Card with Blue Angle Relationship Picture Card
Match Green Angle Relationship Name Card with Green Angle Relationship Picture Card
Be sure to point out to students that supplementary angle pairs are adjacent, but for the sake of playing the game, only supplementary angle picture cards should be matched with supplementary name cards, not adjacent name cards. Adjacent name cards will only be considered a match with the adjacent angle picture cards that do not form a supplementary pair.