While on Pinterest yesterday I ran across some amazing Geometry Games on Parallel Lines and Transversals! Here is my favorite!
Here is what you will need for this Geometry Game
 A Roll of Tape
 A Big Empty Room
 GAME  DanceDanceTransversal PowerPoint Presentation
 Students
How to Set Up Dance Dance Transversal
How To Play
Students will move to the music you play putting their feet on the correct angle types (dancing). They will change them with the changes in the PowerPoint. As they make mistakes eliminate them until you have a winner. Play as many times as need be until the whole class knows their angle pairs! Now Watch them Whip and Nae Nae their way to understanding parallel lines and transversals!
The lesson was created by Jessica Marie and more can be found on her blog at https://algebrainiac.wordpress.com/2013/10/22/dancedancetransversal/
Let the Fun Begin!
This Playlist Has Rounds Set Up To Do Your Dance Dance Transversal Competition
There are 9 Videos in the Playlist that Taylor Gaul made. You will want to open the playlist on YouTube so everything plays smoothly in order.
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