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Angles Which type angle is the cutest? Which angles look like the antlers on the head of a FULL-GROWN moose?! Find out the answers to these mysterious questions as Earl, our favorite pizza delivery man, takes us on his route for a day to show us around the world of angles.TYPES OF ANGLES: Worksheets
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This activity contains twenty angles that students have to identify as either right, acute, or obtuse. Use as a formative and/or summative assessment before or after a lesson to see what your students know and have learned. Answer key is also provided. Enjoy! Flips Slides and Turns Activity Page
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This 17-page math smartboard lesson is an interactive lesson that covers acute, obtuse, and right angles. The students come to the board and touch what they believe is the correct label. If they are correct the answer is linked to a page that congratulates them. If they are not correct it is link
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Acute, obtuse and right angles (measuring angles) worksheets (3 levels) This is a zipped folder containing a PDF version and an editable version of worksheets on acute, obtuse and right angles (and measuring angles) described below: Lower ability – identify angles as acute, right or obtuse Middle
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This Google Slides activity is designed to help students classify angles without using a protractor. Students will use a reference angle, such as the corner of a piece of paper, to determine whether the given angle is right, acute, or obtuse. This is a great way to introduce classifying angles! CLI
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Acute, obtuse and right angles worksheets (4 levels of difficulty) This is a zipped folder containing a PDF version and an editable version of the acute, obtuse and right angles worksheets described below: Lower ability – identify angles as being right angles or not Middle ability – identify angl
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This lesson helps students identify angles that are obtuse, acute or right. Each page is interactive and will allow for every student to get a chance at the Smartboard! Customer Tips: How to get TPT credit to use on future purchases: • Please go to your My Purchases page (you may need to logi
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This presentation visually shows students what an angle is and the definition of each angle. The following angles are presented: straight, right, acute, and obtuse. The presentation ends with four multiple choice questions that check for understanding. Answers are provided.
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This is a zipped folder containing a PDF version and an editable Word / PowerPoint / Excel of each of the following files: - a more detailed 2-page lesson plan (suitable for trainees) - a less detailed 1-page lesson plan - Acute, Obtuse and Right Angles information sheet - Acute, Obtuse and Right A
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This is a zipped folder containing a PDF version and an editable Word / PowerPoint / Excel of each of the following files: - a more detailed 2-page lesson plan (suitable for trainees) - a less detailed 1-page lesson plan - Acute, Obtuse and Right Angles information sheet - a naming angles formative
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This SMARTboard lesson provides practice in measuring acute and obtuse angles. The lesson assumes that students know the difference between an acute, obtuse, and a right angle. This lesson includes an interactive protractor tool that allows you to move the arrow as it measures the angle. Students n
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This SMART notebook activity has a title page and five additional pages. The activity can be printed to be used as a worksheet that goes along with the SMART notebook activity, if desired. Just choose "thumbnails" when printing the worksheet. All six slides will fit on one page if you choose the s
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This SMARTboard lesson provides the perfect practice in recognizing angles as either acute, obtuse, or right AND measuring them using a protractor. The lesson has a protractor on each slide and the angle is already in place on the protractor. Students need to read the measurement and determine whe
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This activity helps reinforce acute, obtuse, and right angles. There are three different ways that you can use this file: memory, mix 'n match, and sorting the angles. Visit my blog at http://therealteachersoforangecounty.blogspot.com for teaching ideas, freebies, and more.
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An anchor chart for use with angles
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Students will practice identifying types of angles (acute, obtuse, right) with this worksheet. They are also given the challenge of creating an original piece of artwork containing a set number of the three types of angles. You Might Also Like “Place Value Assessment” Kristen Zadina
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This foldable organizes the definition/ characteristics and picture/ diagram for the following types of angles: *Acute *Obtuse *Right *Straight Each page makes 2 foldables. An answer key is provided. You can have students write in the information or print the extra page so they can cut and paste
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Angle are everywhere! This is a great activity to encourage students to identify acute, obtuse, right, and reflex angles. Students will find and measure angles outside of the textbook. This digital file contains a template meant for copying and distributing to students, student directions, CCSS mat
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There are 2 activities, mini-posters, and answer keys included with this listing. The activities include all materials needed for remediating or accelerating with students. Each activity has an A and B set included for diversifying among students. "What's the Angle?" is a card sort. "How Many Ang
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This is a great card sort for students to practice recognizing acute, obtuse, right, and straight angles. Students can even time themselves to see how fast they can complete the card sort. Great for centers or small group!
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In this activity students will be classifying triangles by the measurements of their angles and coloring them using the key below. - Red - Right Triangle - Blue - Acute Triangle - Orange - Obtuse Triangle This packet includes a student instruction sheet, the worksheet with the shapes, and a colo
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This 16-page math smartboard lesson is an interactive lesson that covers acute, obtuse, and right triangles. The students come to the board and touch what they believe is the correct label. If they are correct the answer is linked to a page that congratulates them. If they are not correct it is l
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This purchase contains 17 printable cut-outs of various 2D shapes and three classifying charts for types of lines (parallel, perpendicular, and intersecting lines) and angles (acute, obtuse, and right). HOW TO USE THIS PRODUCT Organize your students in groups – I want to generate discussions and a
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