Lines and Angles Activity

Lines and Angles Activity
Lines and Angles Activity
Lines and Angles Activity
Lines and Angles Activity
Lines and Angles Activity
Lines and Angles Activity
Lines and Angles Activity
Lines and Angles Activity
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Add this Scavenger Hunt Activity to your MATH Centers and watch the fun your students will have searching for the Lines and Angle cards. Practice naming angles (obtuse, straight, acute and right), identifying angle relationships (vertical, complementary, and supplementary) and using vocabulary like congruent angles, and parallel lines.

There are 8 cards total with many having two and three part questions making each rigorous and thought provoking. It is best for students to work in small groups or pairs so they can discuss problem solving strategies to work out the questions as a team.

Not only will students need to find all the cards to complete the Scavenger Hunt but each card unlocks a letter to solve for the riddle, "What is the best approach to any problem?" Use the two-page worksheet as a workspace document and have your Fast Finishers complete the two Bonus Question problems to wrap the activity up!

Enjoy!

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12 pages
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30 minutes
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