Segments and Angles (Properties, Definitions, Postulates) Scavenger Hunt
This scavenger hunt activity consists of 22 problems in which students practice identifying properties, definitions, postulates, and theorems used with segments and angles. Simply print the 22 problems and scatter around the room, give each student a recording worksheet, group students, and assign them a place to start. The answer they get will lead them to their next problem. They continue looping around until they have completed all 22 stations.
This activity was designed for a high school level geometry class. It works perfect in conjunction with my Logic and Proof Unit Bundle!
Addition Property of Equality, Subtraction Property of Equality, Multiplication Property of Equality, Division Property of Equality, Substitution Property of Equality, Reflexive Property of Congruence, Symmetric Property of Congruence, Transitive Property of Equality, Definition of Congruence, Definition of Midpoint, Definition of Angle Bisector, Definition of Complementary Angles, Definition of Supplementary Angles, Definition of Perpendicular, Definition of a Right Angle, Segment Addition Postulate, Angle Addition Postulate, Vertical Angles Theorem, Complement Theorem, Supplement Theorem, Congruent Complements Theorem, Congruent Supplements Theorem
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Geometry Activities Bundle
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