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Math Concept Sorts: 5 Angle Sorts for Fourth Grade  and Fifth Grade
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 swamped! Fortunately, this resource is not just great for student learning but is also easy and low-prep for teachers! So what are concept sorts?

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Special Angle Sort - Complementary, Supplementary, and Vertical Angles
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
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Angle Sort (Right, Obtuse, Acute Angles)
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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Types of Lines and Angles Sorts
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
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Angle Sort
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
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Lines and Angles Sort
Students will sort through representations, definitions, and real life examples of lines, line segments, points, rays and angles. Can be used as an activity, for review, or as a check for understanding.
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Angle Sort and Matching/Memory Game
This activity is great for students as they learn the difference between Right, Acute, and Obtuse angles. It can also be adapted depending on the level of your students. There are two guide sheets for each angle, one with the definition of the angle, for kids who are struggling, and one without the
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Geometry Line and Angle Sort
Students will love sorting the picture cards into the correct categories. This sort includes: lines, rays, line segments, parallel lines, intersecting lines, points, right angles, obtuse angles, and acute angles. Students will sort angles by picture and degree measurements. Copyright a.stultz 2014
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Adjacent and Vertical Angle Sort Activity
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
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Triangle and Angle Sort
Students will classify various triangles and angles into different categories. After the sort, students will need to explain why some categories do not have an entry. * Covers basic triangle and angle sizes. * Great for stations. * Individual recording sheet * Assess for understanding
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Angle Sort using Real Life Pictures: Acute, Right, Obtuse, and Straight
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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Acute, Right, Obtuse Angle Sort
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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Angle Sort- with clocks
This is a center based activity to help students identify angles as acute or obtuse. Students will have the opportunity to sort angles made by the hands of clocks as acute or obtuse independently or in a small group.
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Acute and Obtuse Angles Sorting Game
This is a game I've used in the classroom to reinforce Acute and Obtuse Angles. It's a board game for 2 players but can be used as an individual game for math practice.
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Angles- Sorts, Measurement Activity and Vocabulary
This packet includes: *Three different angle sorts. 1: obtuse, right and acute angles 2: obtuse, right, acute and straight angles 3: angles measuring exactly, less than, and more than 90 degrees Students can cut the different angles and sort them based on their attributes. This can be used as on
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Angle Sort Valentine's Day
Valentine's Day Angle Sort contains 18 different acute and obtuse angles to sort into two jars. Great for a math center or RtI groups, students will enjoy sorting the candy hearts based on the size of their angles. Jars are labeled acute and obtuse. A recording sheet is included; to help save pap
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Angle Sort Activity
This is a great activity for students to do after they have learned about the three benchmark angles - 45, 90, and 180 degrees. I had my students color code the angles and keep it in their academic journals as a resource. You can use this as an assessment or review activity! The students will need
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Angle Sorting! {Acute, Right, or Obtuse}
A Note to the TeacherHello! Thanks for checking out this product! I hope you enjoy it and find it useful! Let me know if you have any questions or comments!Product Info/ Suggested UseThis is a simple one-page printable worksheet, morning work, or quiz. The students cut out the angles and sort th
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Type of Angles Sort Game:  Geometry: Acute, Obtuse, and Right
This file contains small cards to be cut out, passed out, and then students can sort according to the type of angle on their card. Types of angles included are right, obtuse, and acute angle. Included are two sheets of cards to be printed on card stock and a sign for each type of angle. Print
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Right Angle Sorting
Use this fun center to practice identifying shapes that have right angles!You can sort by number of angles or by angles or no angles. Accountability worksheet at the end of the file! Enjoy!!
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Angle Sorting
Montessori inspired activity for Elementary students.Children sort 7 pictures of the angle (Acute, Right, Obtuse, Reflex) under a heading card with the angle name3 pictures are real life pictures of the angle4 pictures are diagrams Self correction/Answer cards provided
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Coterminal Angles Sort
Do you need a coterminal angles activity for your Trigonometry or PreCalculus students? This resource will have your students matching angles that are coterminal to one another – a fun and engaging way to master this skill! There are 12 total questions in this activity. Each question requires that s
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Reference Angles Sort!
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
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Geometry, Lines and Angles Sort Match
Geometry sort match using terms for lines and angles. Suitable for grades 3-5, middle school, and high school. Cards can be enlarged and used on a word-wall.
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