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This 2 page worksheet goes along with my Types of Angles Smartboard Lesson. This a great worksheet that has students identify, draw, and label acute, right, and obtuse angles. Made by Scott O'Toole (Scott OToole) Acute, right, and obtuse angles, geometry worksheets, angles worksheets
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In this cookie themed sort, students sort angles based on whether they are acute, right or obtuse. Included in this package are 3 sorting mats, angles to sort, recording sheet and answer key. Clip art from mycutegraphics.com
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This PowerPoint illustrates, both visually and related to degree measure, acute, right, and obtuse angles. This presentation is intended for an elementary audience and uses a discovery approach as well as real-world examples of architecture and other pictures to examine acute, right, and obtuse
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Post the task cards around your classroom.Have students walk around with a partner and complete the sheet. -give 1 sheet per student-print task cards on colored card stock paperMatches Eureka Module 4 Lesson 2MAFS.4.G.1.1 Standard
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Differentiate problem solving in your classroom using effective, research-based strategies. The problem-solving mini-lesson guides teachers in how to teach differentiated lessons. The student activity sheet features a problem tiered at three levels. This differentiated lesson focuses on solving prob
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Looking for a way to engage students when teaching about geometric angles? Look no further! Students will learn to identify angles (acute, right, and obtuse) through a retelling of Goldilocks and the Three Bears...with a twist. Lots of fun! Connects a fun, well loved story with a new concept and voc
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Included is a pyramid fold-able for the types of angles, 18 task cards with directions and recording sheet, and worksheets for homework or centers. The worksheets asks the students to solve math problems like addition, subtraction, division, multiplication, and order of operations. The task cards
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Angle are everywhere! This is a great activity to introduce actute, obtuse, right, and reflex angles. Students will find and measure angles outside of the textbook. This digital file includes three sheets. 1) A template meant for copying and distributing to students 2) An example of one way to c
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I created these because my students needed practice with identifying these Geometry terms by utilizing pictures. The problem was, they only recognized the figures when presented in one particular direction or format, but could not generalize. My students love task cards, so I created this specific
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Students will practice classifying and comparing acute, right, obtuse, and straight angles. Students will cut out each picture and decide what type of angle they see in each one. They will sort the pictures by angle type and paste each picture in the correct column. This activity will help students
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Angle Races: This game includes two different versions to make differentiation easy for you! Version 1 requires students to name the angle (acute, right or obtuse). Version 2 requires students to measure the angle (angles measure from 10° to 175°). Included: game boards (two versions) 32 game car
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These cards provides practice with acute, right, and obtuse angles, plus parallel and perpendicular lines (CCSS 4.G.1). Use in stations or centers for matching tasks, sorting, or versatile games. The PREVIEW shows all pages and downloads quickly.FEATURES• 36 math cards as 9 groups of four cards, one
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** This activity is available as a "GOOGLE INTERACTIVE" product COMING SOON --- HERE IS WHATS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME** ✐ This product is a NO PREP- SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Classifying Angles & Triangles as Acute, Right, or Obtuse". In this activity, students are asked
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Types of Angles Printables, Worksheet, and Fun Video are part of our: Types of Angles; Acute, Obtuse, and Right : THE EVERYTHING LESSON package. »»-------------¤-------------««»»-------------¤-------------«« DEAR PROSPECTIVE CUSTOMER, We hope you & your students get a kick out of this ori
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Fun Friday 4th Grade Math Games - Put the fun back in Friday with this set of 40 super fun math games! There is a math game for every week of the school year! These games are all simple to make, explain, and play. Best of all they were developed to specifically support the fourth grade Common Core
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Your students will have a great time practicing key geometry skills with these FUNdamental Geometry Games. All games are aligned to and reinforce the fourth grade Common Core Standards for Geometry. The 30 + page file contains 7 super fun games to reinforce the fourth grade Common Core Standards. T
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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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The Angle Family Album is a fun and engaging way to teach your students all about angles! Based on the idea of a photo album or scrapbook, students learn about the parts of an angle, different types of angles, how to measure and draw them, as well as how to find unknown angles in this 23-page stu
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Digital Self-Checking Boom Cards is a fun and challenging way for students to practice 4th grade geometry skills. This deck will help students practice measuring acute, right, and obtuse angles on a protractor. Students will analyze the angle shown on the protractor and determine the measurement.
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Geometry Vocabulary Cards for Lines and Angles Geometry is full of vocabulary that students need to understand. After all, how can they classify polygons according to the properties of their lines and angles, as the Common Core expects, if they don’t know the difference between parallel and perpendi
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This set of three activities can help solidify your students’ understanding of angles, their relative size, measuring, and the terms “acute”, “obtuse”, “right”, and “straight” angles. These activities are all in alignment with the Common Core and other rigorous math standards for grades 3-5. There
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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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These math centers are engaging, interactive activities that encourage math talk. Students explain how they sort their cards and build strong math concepts as they create cards of their own. Included: - 13 math sorts (2 versions) - ANSWER KEY - Student Directions for Day 1 and Day 2 Activities - M
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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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