This activity will get your students up and moving all while working collaboratively in partners or small groups. Each card has an angle relationship question (featuring complementary angles, supplementary angles, vertical angles, and triangles) modeled after the STAAR question format. You can use this as an informal assessment or as a great review before STAAR or a unit test.
Get students out of their seats and writing equations to solve for missing angle measures with this interactive angle relationships scavenger hunt. Students will practice writing equations to determine angles measures given algebraic expressions to represent angles. Students will be able to solve for x or a missing angle given parallel lines cut by a transversal (with congruent or supplementary pairs), interior and/or exterior angle measures of a triangle, interior angle measures, etc.
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