This scavenger hunt features two options to fit your pacing, level of math, and other needs. Options:
-Use angle pair knowledge to find complementary, supplementary, and vertical angles (16 problems)
-Use the above PLUS find missing angles of and classify triangles and a polygon (21 problems)
To use, simply print out the set of problems, and tape up RANDOMLY in your room (not in order). Students can start at any problem. Their answer will be in the dotted box on a another posted problem. They will work this problem, then continue. Once they get to the problem they started, they're done!
Scavenger hunts are great because they allow students to self-check, lend well to partner work, get them up and moving, and provide practice at their own pace! Enjoy!