Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal Poster and Coloring Page

Parallel lines cut by a transversal poster

This year I am teaching a Study Skills class for the first time. All of my students in the class are sophomores, which means they are all taking Geometry. Recently, they're all learning about parallel line angle relationships and I have been finding that I really need a visual for them to reference. I had made a poster a while ago, but it was in color. We don't have a color printer and printing it out in black and white just wasn't the best. So I wanted to make a visual that could be printed in black and white.


Parallel lines cut by a transversal poster

This one uses patterns so can be printed in black and white. I also have a blank one for teachers who have time for their kids to color their own copy. 


Parallel lines cut by a transversal poster

I also included a full color version for teachers with color printers. 


Parallel lines cut by a transversal

You can download all versions of this poster for free here on Teachers Pay Teachers. 


Angle Pairs Pennant

A fun way to sum up a unit on parallel line angle relationships is with a pennant activity. 



Angle Pairs Pennant


This activity asks students to find the measures of angles that are corresponding, alternate interior, vertical, same-side interior, alternate exterior and supplementary. When a pennant is done, it can be hung in your classroom as fin math decor. I'm also a huge fan of word walls. You can read more about the word walls in my classroom here.

High School Math Word Wall Ideas





4 comments:

  1. I love the use of symbols to show the relationship between angles. I think that would be such a great addition to simply color coding! It's amazing to me how much impact the coloring can have with students working with angles and this vocab- it really helps them SEE the relationship between the angles. And these are soooo pretty!

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    1. Thank you Theresa! It did seem to help my students who were having trouble with the vocabulary. I hope you have a great week! May the Force be with you tomorrow on Halloween!

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  2. Thank you for sharing! I plan to use these for our geometry angles unit. I think the colors and symbols will especially help my special-needs students! I have 2 co-taught classes and am always looking for ways to help them gain confidence with new skills!
    Anna (from Piece of Pi)

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  3. I'm so happy you can use it! I teach Special Ed too and my kids really like visuals. I hope you have a great week!

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