Here is a fun way for students to practice identifying the angle pairs formed when two lines are cut by a transversal, linear pairs, and vertical angles. Students answer the questions you have hung around your classroom and then "hunt" for the correct letter on another sign. Students love to move around and will be more focused than you can imagine! The activity is self checking. If all questions are answered correctly, each student should answer all 26 questions and end at the sign they started with.
PLEASE NOTICE THAT THESE LINES DO NOT HAVE TO BE PARALLEL. This activity allows students to practice identifying the angle pair names. There are special properties associated with these pairs in the special case where the two non-transveral lines are parallel. This activity does not review those properties.
★ 104 Scavenger Hunt Signs (There are 26 different questions but there are different versions available so teachers can choose whether to use the terminology "same side interior" or "consecutive interior" and there is a choice between a "dark" border or an "outline" border.)
★ Student worksheet
★ Answer Key
I hope your students enjoy it as much as mine do!