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Angle Relations Card Sort– Students will practice identifying and comparing complementary, supplementary, vertical, and adjacent angles. This activity is hands-on and a great way to get students communicating about math! It’s easy to use and can be completed individually, with a partner or in small
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Looking for some help teaching all about angles? Worried that your textbook doesn't give you enough engaging, meaningful material to do just that?Teachers are busy--and while we all know how important it is to provide our students with quality, high level learning activities, the reality is--we're
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This CCSS aligned sorting activity is a great way for students to practice the 4.G.1 standard (identifying lines and angles). There are 4 sorts in all! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -This resource can
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Make math fun with these digital, interactive 4th grade math sorting activities. These paperless math centers cover all 4th grade Measurement & Data standards.Use math sorts as math warm ups or as a quick exit ticket after a lesson.Students sort the cards into categories and then use text boxes
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This is the digital version of my Special Angle Pairs Card Sort for Google Drive™ using Google Slides.You must have a free Google account to access the document.When you purchase, you will receive a PDF containing the link to this file. You will also receive teacher instructions. Students must round
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This google slides activity is an interactive digital card sort where students will drag and drop images of the different angle pair relationships for each of the categories listed below. Students should have access to the Internet and a Google Account. Students will practice distinguishing the d
Aligned to Common Core MCC.7.G.5 Laminate and cut out the 21 angle cards. Have students work independently or in pairs to identify the relationship between angle A and angle B in each of the cards. The cards are tiered so that some of the relationships are obvious and others require a bit more th
This angle sort requires students to know obtuse, acute, and right angles. When I used the angle sort, I incorporated it in an angle lesson for the students to sort with a partner. I printed and cut several sets, and stored them in zip lock bags. After the sorting game is introduced, the student
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This card sort is a great way to practice calculating missing angles and arcs using relationships of central angles, inscribed angles, tangent lines, and secant lines. Before the activity, be sure students are familiar with the circle theorems and formulas used to calculate missing arcs and angles.
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
This cut and paste activity will have your students practicing identifying angle relationships (corresponding angles, vertical angles, alternate interior angles, and alternate exterior angles). 20 different angle pictures (5 of each type of angle) are included along with 2 pages to sort angles onto
This angle sort has students cutting and sorting and matching acute, right, and obtuse angle definitions and picture models. This product can be differentiated in several ways: 1. Students can sort both the definitions and the different angles on a recording sheet. 2. Students can use the recording
These 2 sorts are perfect for use in your fourth grade classroom! The first sort asks students to sort 12 examples of lines, line segments, and rays into parallel and perpendicular categories. The second sort has students sort 12 examples of angles into acute, right, and obtuse categories. Inclu
3 - 10 card Dominoes Like Matching sort. Students find ... - Measure of an Interior Angle of a regular polygon (like Triangle, Quadrilateral, Pentagon, Hexagon, Octagon, etc.) - Measure of an Exterior Angle of a regular polygon - The sum of the interior angles of a polygon. This sort is designe
This is a great activity for students who are learning the various types of angles. This product contains four headings - straight, right, obtuse, and acute, along with 24 angles for students to sort. Have students cut the pieces and sort in an interactive journal or on another sheet of paper. There
Just updated with a clickable table of content How it works: Students sort examples of various angles types. Each set contains 20 examples. Sorts are designed for differentiated instruction. Includes 3 sets of cards (beginning, intermediate, and mastery level) Note: Since the angle names are b
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This geometry product contains partner games that will help students review lines (parallel, perpendicular, and intersecting) and angles (right, acute, and obtuse) within a shape. Intended for students in grades 3-5. This product also includes a sort that will help students review parallel and perp
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Help students understand the four different types of Angles including Adjacent, Vertical, Complementary and Supplementary Angles using this Card Sort Classification Board and Follow-Up Activity where students will find the missing angle measurement. Other Angle Activities to Check Out:Angles Scaven
Are you looking for a reference angles activity for your Trigonometry or PreCalulus students? This sort is a fun and engaging way for learners to practice finding reference angles in both degrees and radians. In short, students will have 48 reference angle cards out of which they need to make twelve
A cut & paste Activity including 18 sets of angles that students need to sort into columns - adjacent or vertical.There is also an opportunity for students to solve for the value of x using angle properties.**Answer Key Included
Arrrg Mateys! This sweet little freebie makes for a great student-led math center, guided math grouop activity, or formative assessment! It contains:~ Angles Sorting Mat w/ Student-Friendly Directions~ 2 sets of angles cards (1 set's angles are rotated)~ 1 worksheetThere are two different modes of
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Enjoy this quick activity that instructs your students to view a page of angles and cut, sort, and paste them under the appropriate headings. Students share their knowledge of right, acute, and obtuse angles. No protractors are necessary- all angles are easily identifiable with the naked eye!
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A math sort activity to review or learn about four different types of angles. The angles included are: right, straight, acute, and obtuse. There is a KEY included!
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Test your kids knowledge with these sorting cards.All they have to do is cut apart the tiles and paste into their books under the heading of acute,obtuse and reflex angles.Have a great year everybody.Cheerseye popping fun resources.
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