Students will solve 20 questions involving finding the missing measure of triangles.
This is a game meant to be playing in groups. What they will do in write the final answer to each question on the sheet labeled round 1, 2, 3, and 4. What you do is when they are finished with round 1 you come and check their answers. If they get it write you circle the number 2, if they get it wrong tell them to go back and check it and don't circle anything. When they are ready for you to check it again and they got it right circle 1 if not then circle nothing. At the end of each round they add up their points. They can then move on to Round 2. At the end of the rounds they add up all of their total points to see who is the group with the highest amount of points.
This is a good game because it is not a race against time. It is more about precision that mathematical speed.
The answer sheet is meant to be a half page in order to save paper.