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This activity will have students reviewing topics from the first semester of geometry. Topics include: segment & angle addition postulate, distance, midpoint, parallel/perpendicular lines, angle relationships, and congruent triangles. (see the preview to look at all questions included!)

32 questions total that practice these skills:

- Segment Addition Postulate (2 problems)
- Angle Addition Postulate (2 problems)
- Solving equations with angle pair relationships (complementary angles, linear pair and vertical angles) (2 problems)
- Solving equations with parallel lines cut by a transversal (corresponding angles, consecutive interior/exterior angles, alternate interior/exterior angles) (3 problems)
- Distance formula (from a graph and 2 points) (2 problems)
- Midpoint formula (finding midpoint & missing endpoint) (2 problems)
- Identifying parallel/perpendicular lines (2 problems)
- Classifying triangles by angles/sides (3 problems)
- Exterior Angle Theorem (2 problems)
- Triangle Angle Sum Theorem (2 problems)
- Triangle Congruency & Writing Congruence statements (6 problems)
- Triangle Inequality Theorem (2 problems)
- Ordering angles/sides in a triangle (2 problems)

Students will begin by putting the presentation in “present mode” and clicking on the first lock. Each lock has 3 or 4 questions in it before it is unlocked and they can move to the next set of questions. They will move through the 32 problems by selecting the right answer from the answer choices given. If they solve the question correctly, they will move onto the next problem, if not, they will go back to the first problem of the lock set they are on. Remind students to use their mouse or touchpad to move through the game and NOT the keyboard.

This is a self-checking practice activity. Students will not need to turn in anything (unless you want them to turn in their work), and you will not need to do any grading. They will get immediate feedback from the game on whether their answer is correct as they move through the problems. The only prep is to make a copy of the assignment to give to your students! This activity is perfect for distance learning for students to review sequences and series, especially if they have their own devices. This game can also be played as a whole group if you present your screen and let students work on the activity that way.

A PowerPoint copy of the game is also included in the folder!

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**PLEASE READ** The equations are not editable, however, they are not background images so you can always delete the problems and type in your own. You can also delete certain problems before assigning to students if you’d like. If you change the presentation in any way, I’d highly recommend playing through once yourself to make sure all the pieces and animation still work correctly.

Please take a look at the preview to make sure the activity is appropriate for your students!

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