Lines and Angles Memory Match Concentration Geometry Card Game
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This Lines and Angles Memory Match geometry card game is a great way to increase familiarity with types of lines and types of angles. It is played just like the game Concentration.
Students must be able to identify:
- line segment
- parallel lines
- perpendicular lines
- intersecting lines
- acute angle
- right angle
- obtuse angle
- straight angle
To play, students shuffle the cards and then lay them all out face down. On their turn, they flip over two cards. If the cards match (label matches picture) they keep the cards and take another turn. If they don't match, the flip them back over in the same spot. The player with the most matches when all the cards are gone wins!
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