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Geometry Puzzle: Always, Sometimes, Never True

Geometry Puzzle: Always, Sometimes, Never True
Product Description
In this activity, students determine if 30 statements are always true, sometimes true, or never true and color each box accordingly.

This puzzle is a great way to get students thinking critically about polygon properties, parallel and perpendicular lines, and angles. It is meant for high school geometry but could also be used for advanced middle school students. Answer key is included. The shading does not create a picture, but it does create a pattern that is quick for the teacher to check (which makes this worksheet great for sub plans)!

Example Statements:
Vertical angles are supplementary.
A regular hexagon and a regular pentagon are similar to one another.
A line with a slope of 2 and a line with a slope of ½ are perpendicular.

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Total Pages
2 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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