This scavenger hunt activity consists of 12 problems. Students will use Law of Sines to find missing angles and sides of non-right triangles. All you have to do is print the papers (I usually print them on card stock), mix them up since they are written in order, and hang them on the walls. A recording sheet is included for them to write the answers on. The students (or groups of students) start at any of the problems, solve the problem, and then the answer they get will lead them to their next problem. They continue until all 12 questions are done.
This activity is also great for differentiation. I usually set a time limit for these activities. I know some of the students will finish all of the questions but others I know will not. I always tell them they need to do as much as they can correctly and if they are working I grade them on what they were able to accomplish.
Hope you enjoy!