This is a digital version
of my Proving Lines are Parallel Sorting Activity
designed in Google Slides.
Using the angle markings or given angle measures measures, students will determine which two lines are parallel. They also need to determine which converse (Corresponding Angles Converse, Alternate Interior Angles Converse, Alternate Exterior Angles Converse, or Consecutive Interior Angles Converse) proves the lines are parallel. They move the puzzle pieces to the template and place them under the correct row and column headings that give the correct converse and parallel lines. There are two diagrams that are not used on the template as a conclusion can not be made using the given angle markings or measures.
Once purchased, you will receive a document with directions on how to download this activity to your Google drive. You and your students must have a free Google account in order to access this activity. Once you download the activity to your Google drive, you can share it with your students.
There is only ONE correct answer to this activity. Once they complete the activity, they can share it back with you. The diagrams are numbered to make it very easy to check their work.
Digital versions of activities for Google Drive are sold separately from the curriculum bundles. All non-digital printable versions can be found in the curriculum.
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Google Drive Activities Bundle - VOLUME 1
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