5 Activities to Teach Angles More

Math classroom door shows degrees of angles.

Engaging Lessons To Explore Geometry - From Wikki Stix to Simon Says. Use Wikki Stix to form lines, angles, and shapes.

Print and Go: Color by Angle Protractor Activity COMMON CORE ALIGNED 4.MD.6

5 Activities to Teach Angles

Sorting Angles Freebie! Acute, Obtuse, Straight, and Right angles cut and sort for interactive math journals.

Types of Angles for Student Journal

Incorporating Art in the Classroom More

Hands-on activities to teach angles

In this activity, students build a device that allows them to classify angles as acute, obtuse, right, straight and reflex, and estimate their measures using "landmark angles."

Combine Math and Art in this fun activity your students are sure to love. This package contains assignment sheets to meet the Grade 4, 5 and 6 Ontario 2D Geometry expectations. A rubric for each Grade is also included.

Love this for practicing alternate, co-interior, vertically opposite and corresponding angles.

Protractors are confusing! Teaching children to use them is often harder than teaching them to tell the time! Here's a wonderful idea that helps... simple, learner-protractors. Print these onto acetate and watch your children use them with ease.

Paul Pogba's trademark dab celebration is being used to teach children math. Add in Cam Newton and have kids do the math to see who's dab is the best!

Angles art with a protractor and colour by angles colour scheme - fun way to learn maths

Angle Measurement Puzzles are a valuable asset to any 4th grade classroom. This is a great resource for review, math centers, group work and for interventions. For these puzzles, measure the angle with a protractor to find the degrees of the angle and then determine if it is an acute, right, obtuse or straight angle. Your students will love learning about measuring angles!