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Angles - Games, Activities and Printables
Take off to space and learn to draw, identify and classify reflex, obtuse and acute angles the FUN way! Aligned with common core 4.G.A.1 and 4.G.A, this product includes fun games, activities and printables that can be used in math centers, individually or together as a whole class. There are 3 fu
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Angles Game - Protractor Golf
A printable workbook with 15 mini-golf course with 3 templates for students to create their own courses with. This angles game is a fun and engaging way to teach students how to measure angles and how to use a protractor.
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Measuring Angles Game {4.MD.6}
Angles Angles 'I Have...Who Has' Game features 3 different levels of playing cards to help students practice measuring angles between 1-180 degrees. Level 1 (18 cards): Measuring angles to 10 degrees Level 2 (30 cards): Measuring angles to 5 degrees Level 3 (30 cards) Measuring angles to 1 degree
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Tangled Angles - Math Angle Games
The Tangled Angles Game is a great way to get kids to develop an understanding of the different types of angles and to distinguish between acute, obtuse, right, straight, and reflex angles. Sometimes kids have a hard time understanding why a straight angle is even an angle, but the use of the geoboa
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Angles Game
Engage your students in practicing their Angles Skills with this incredible Topple Blocks™ game! Inspired by Hope King's use of Jenga games in the classroom, students will use colored Jenga/Topple Blocks™ to practice their math skills. Each colored block has six questions. When a student pulls a c

Also included in: Topple Blocks™ Math Games Bundle

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Star Spangled Angles - A Game for Drawing and Classifying Angles
Star Spangled Angles is a 2-player game in which students practice drawing straight, right, acute and obtuse angles. Players select a Star Spangled Angle Card and then draw the angle selected on the game board by connecting three dots. As the players take turns, the game becomes more challenging as
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Lines and Angles Games
This is a set of 6 I Have, Who Has Games for Lines and Angles. Games can be used in many different ways. Students will learn and practice the types of lines and angles, the characteristics of lines and angles, and the vocabulary related to them. Each game includes an answer key so that students
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No Prep Measuring Angles Game - Fourth Grade Math 4.MD.C.6
This measuring angles board game requires no preparation. Just print, and add two dice, a protractor, and a handful of different colored chips for each player, and you are ready to use it right away. In this game students roll two dice. They add the numbers on the dice together and match it to an an
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I Have Who Has Angles Game Complementary Angles and Supplementary Angles
A 32 set of I have … What Time Is Angles Cards for a fun whole class game. Given the complementary or supplementary angle, students need to figure out the matching pair. For example, "I have 35 degrees, who has the complementary angle?" How can I use this product? I have used these as a warm-up ac
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No Prep Drawing Angles Game - Fourth Grade 4.MD.C.6
This drawing angles board game requires no preparation. Just print, and add one coin, a protractor, and a couple of playing pieces and you are ready to use it right away. In this game students toss a coin and move either 1 or 3 spaces based on whether they got heads or tails. They look at the angle
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No Prep Additive Angles Game - 4.MD.C.7
This additive angles board game requires no preparation. Just print, and add two dice and a handful of different colored chips for each player, and you are ready to use it right away. In this game students roll two dice. They add the numbers on the dice together and match it to a problem at the bott
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Being Complementary: Classify Pairs of Angles Game
The Being Complementary Game gives kids a chance to work with a protractor to determine the measures of two complementary angles. One thing that will become immediately apparent as they play this game is that there are a lot of different ways to divide up a right angle into two angles.The measures o
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Polygon Angle Game: Where in the World…?
This zipped file consists of the following two items: 1. A PowerPoint File consisting of slides for the “Where in the World” Polygon Angle Game. The first slide explains the game process (also explained on the Teacher Instruction Sheet), and the subsequent slides are the questions for the game.
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I Have Who Has Angle Game
This product creates a great group assessment post-instruction for your classroom...all the while creating a fun environment! It includes 30 "I have...who has?" cards. Students will receive one game card, then must use a protractor to measure the angle. Laminate cards to ensure students can write
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Drawing Angles - Game
Students work in partners to practice drawing angles, while moving across the game board. For each angle they correctly draw, they receive points (easier angles are worth 1-2 points, more difficult angles are worth 3-5 points). Students also have to check their partner's work for accuracy in order f
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Solving for Missing Angles Game: Geometry Escape Room - Math
This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with missing angles. Contents:          ♦ Teacher Instructions and FAQ          ♦ 3 Levels to decode: Multiple Choice, Message Decoder, and Maze          ♦ Student Recording Sheet and Teacher Answer Key         

Also included in: Geometry Escape Room Math (Volume, Surface Area, Pythagorean Theorem, etc.)

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4th Grade Geometry Games and Centers | Lines and Angles Games
These 4th grade Geometry Games are fun alternatives to worksheets. This pack includes 3 different games your kids can use to practice and review during math centers or use as extension activities.SAVE BIG when you purchase the 4th Grade Ready Set Play Math Games Bundle.******************************

Also included in: 4th Grade Math Centers | 4th Grade Math Games BUNDLE - Ready Set Play

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TableTop Math -- Lines & Angles -- Game-Based Small Group Practice
Bring the TableTop Game revolution to your classroom! Board games are experiencing a renaissance and tapping to their innate engagement is a no brainer. This is the natural evolution of task cards. TableTop Math games cover a single unit of math study. The question range from simple skill practice

Also included in: Shapes, Lines & Angles -- Pre-Algebra & Geometry Curriculum Bundle

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Angles Game
4th Grade and 5th Grade printable angles board game for classifying or identifying angles (types / names), turns, cardinal directions, complementary angles, around a point and on a straight line etc. With 80 question cards (differentiated at two levels), it could suit other grades for differentiatio

Also included in: Angles Activities BUNDLE

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Classifying and Estimating Angles Game, Classifying Angles Geometry Sort
This GEOMETRY SORT gives students a fun and engaging way to practice classifying angles and estimating their measure in degrees. Each student receives 8 cards and a game mat. For rounds 1 - 5, they sort the angles into categories: acute, right, and obtuse. For rounds 6 - 10, they match the angle an

Also included in: Ultimate Geometry Game Bundle: 2-D Shapes and Coordinate Plane! Geometry Centers

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Finding Unknown Angles Game Puzzles Find Missing Angle Measurement Center 4.MD.7
Looking for a fun interactive teaching idea for finding missing angle measurements? Well look no further as Finding Unknown Angles Game Puzzles, for CCSS 4.MD.7, will serve as an exciting lesson plan for 4th grade elementary school classrooms. This is a great resource to incorporate into your unit a
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Complimentary Angles Game
This is a matching game that can be played whole class using the "hand-up, pair-up" strategy, or it can be used as a math center! There are 24 different angles in total (12 complimentary angle matches).
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Angles game
A game to help students practice using protractors. Students will guess angles to "fire a laser cannon" at a piece in the middle of the board to push it toward their opponent's side of the board.
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Solving for Missing Angles Game: Geometry Escape Room Halloween Math Activity
This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with missing angles, set in a fun Halloween Theme. Contents:         ♦ Teacher Instructions and FAQ         ♦ 3 Levels to decode: Multiple Choice, Message Decoder, and Maze         ♦ Student Recording Sheet and Teache
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