Quick post:

In NY our end of the year exam is the Regents exam (no comment). The schedule of the exams this year means that I won’t see my students for 13 days. Great.

I made up a Geometry Regents Scavenger Hunt found here: http://bit.ly/qbyregentsreview

The students solve one set of problems (all the problems are old geometry regents questions), and combine the answers in some way to find the link to the next problem (hence the “scavenger hunt”). All you have to do is print the first page, and hand that to the students. Two previous scavenger hunts are found here and here. I’ve made the last page editable by anyone, so students can * tagĀ *their name on the document.

I think if I had seen this post a week ago, it would have changed how I did a demo teaching lesson for a job this week, and it would have gone better. Thanks for sharing!

I’m going to go create a whole bunch of fake bit.ly links that lead to calculus problems so that your students will be really confused.

Or maybe I’ll just make a bunch of links to Rick Astley and Rebecca Black videos.

YES! The fail blowfish is boooooring.

I teach high school geometry. I really liked this activity!! I am going to send my kids through it as a year end review. I will not have them leave their name on the 7th page. I don’t know what I am going to do for that last page yet, but I will think of something!! Thanks for posting this! It is great!