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Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal Coloring Activity
This is a fun way for students to practice solving problems related to parallel lines cut by a transversal, all while coloring a vibrant beach scene! Students must have an understanding of alternate interior, alternate exterior, corresponding, c

Common Core 4MD06 Measure angles in whole-number degrees using a protractor.
Students must use a protractor to measure 11 angles. Distractor answers (common mistakes that students make when measuring) are present. Each answer will inform the students what color to use on the coloring page for t

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This is a coloring activity for 10 problems on parallel line angles. Algebra 1 is reinforced for ALL problems.
Posted: 5/3/15 so 50% off through 5/6/15
This product is included FREE in the Parallel Line activities BUNDLE.

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This is a color by numbers worksheet of 12 missing angles problems that include supplementary, complementary, vertical, and adjacent angles. Students solve the problems, find the answer on the table, and color the butterfly based on the color code given.
Missing Angles Coloring Activity by Suzie's

In this activity students will solve for x by using their knowledge of complementary and supplementary angles in order to complete the coloring page. There are a total of 10 problems.
This resource is grouped with three other activities in the Complementary and Supplementary Angles Activity Pack

Circles - Central and Inscribed Angles Color-By-Number Worksheet
This color-by-number worksheet covers the concepts Central and Inscribed Angles in Circles. Students are given multiple situations and types of central and inscribed angles. When they find their answer, they look in the solution box

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This is a coloring activity for a set of 10 problems all on vertical angles. Algebra 1 is reinforced in this product. This product is included for FREE in the Angle Pairs BUNDLE. There are several coloring activities on angles.
Posted: 10/27/16 so 50% off through 10/30/16

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This is a coloring activity for a set of 14 problems on classifying angles as acute, right, obtuse, or straight. All problems have pictures of angles.Posted: 8/5/15 so 50% off through 8/8/15

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In this activity, students will classify angles (graphic and numerical representations) as obtuse, acute, straight, or right. Then, they will color a pattern according to their answers to reveal a beautiful, colorful mandala! This no-prep activity is an excellent resource for sub plans, enrichment

Also included in: Geometry Skills Color By Number Bundle 1: 10 Essential Skills

This is a coloring activity for a set of 14 problems on naming angles using 3 letters.
There is also a naming angles maze product for $1.00.
Posted: 2/26/16 so 50% off through 2/29/16

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In this activity students will solve for x by using their knowledge of vertical angles in order to complete the coloring page. There are a total of 8 problems.
This resource is grouped with three other activities in the Vertical and Adjacent Angles Activity Pack
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Valentine's Day Math Color By Number pictures are a fun and easy way to review measuring angles. Keep students learning and having fun with this no-prep Valentine's Day math option.
Save over 25% by buying this resource in the Winter Color by Number Bundle.
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This is a coloring design for a set of 10 problems on inscribed angles. I used 5 colors in the design. There are 2 versions to choose from. Easy version and hard version where Algebra 1 is reinforced in most of the problems.
Posted: 5/10/15 so 50% off through 5/13/15

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This is a coloring activity for a set of 10 problems on finding angle measures in parallelograms. Algebra is reinforced in this activity.
Posted: 9/16/15 so 50% off through 9/19/15

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Color by numbers are a favorite in math class!
In this activity, students answer 20 questions about angle measures — for 16 questions, they measure the angles; for 4 questions, they find an angle measure when a larger angle is decomposed into 2 angles.
The angle measure answers are no closer tha

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Also included in: Math Color by Number Bundle (#3) - Grades 4-5

This is a coloring activity for a set of 12 problems. Problems 1 - 6 are list the angles in order from least to greatest and problems 7 - 12 are on ordering the sides from least to greatest. Students need to apply triangle sum theorem to find the missing angle first for problems 7 - 12.
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This is a coloring activity for a set of 12 problems on angles in kites and trapezoids. (6 of each) I used 5 colors in the design and a lot of trapezoids. Algebra 1 is needed to solve several problems.
Posted: 5/14/15 so 50% off through 5/17/15
This product is included free in the QUAD SUM Bu

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Fun and engaging coloring activity. Students have to find the missing angle of a triangle and select the correct answer. Each problem has an answer with a color next to it. On the back (print double sided) students will color the corresponding question number to the number on the back. For example,

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This is a great product for your INB (Interactive Notebooks); or it can be used for enrichment, stations, assessment, or review. I used this in my standard 8th grade math classroom, but it could be used in any grade covering "Angle Relationships".
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Use circles with secant lines and tangent lines to complete this coloring activity.
This activity uses secant and tangent segments to solve for x in relation to angle measurements. It includes both secant-secant, secants-tangent, and tangent-tangent knowledge. Students use their answers to color a

This complementary and supplementary angles resource is a coloring activity that allows students to practice finding the missing angle. There are ten questions and a coloring worksheet that are a perfect activity to supplement your lesson on complementary and supplementary angles. It can be used wit

This is a color by answer that focuses on finding the missing angle measurement in parallel lines cut by a transversal, in triangles, and the exterior angle of a triangle.

Your students will have fun practicing their CLASSIFYING ANGLES skills with this engaging color-by-code math puzzle. It is truly no-prep! Just print and go!I’ve included a color answer key for fast visual checking. Students can even check their own work!Use the coloring tool of your choice. I recomm

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