Challenge your students with a treasure hunt on complementary and supplementary angles.
Students engage in a treasure hunt designed by Euclid, following clues and solving angle problems in order to find the "treasure." Practice can be fun! Student tested and approved.
Great to use after the Complementary and Supplementary Angles Interactive Notebook pages
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