This set has 36 questions over a variety of geometry topics, such as: complementary angles, supplementary angles, vertical angles, finding missing angles in triangles and quadrilaterals, finding angle measures of parallel lines cut by a transversal, and determining whether a triangle can be formed (based on side lengths or angle measures).
One idea for how to use these is to set the cards at different places around the room, and have students complete as many as they can in one class period. There is a recording sheet for student answers, as well as an answer key. You could also group the task cards by topic and use them as stations.
To make it a bit more fun for your students, I have included a “treasure hunt”. For every card that students correctly complete, they get to pick a coordinate point on a grid. At the end of class, there is a “treasure map” that reveals the winning points!
Cards are provided in both color and black and white.
**This resource can also be purchased at a discounted price as part of my Angle Relationships Activity Bundle
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