I put together this quick six question activity that combines pairs of angles (complementary, supplementary, linear pairs, and vertical angles) and some basic algebra. The idea is that the students need to answer the question, then to get to the next problem they need to go to a webpage with the answer in the url (ex. if the answer is 56 then they’d go to http://bit.ly/qbygeometry56 ). If the answer is wrong, then they get the bit.ly pufferfish.

This was modeled after the excellent geocaching review activity from mathbits.com.

Link: Student Scavenger Hunt blank.

Let me know of any issues or comments! Thanks!

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