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4.MD.7 Fourth Grade Common Core Math - Find Unknown Angle Measurement. Practice provides two ways for students to practice and show mastery of their ability to recognize angle measure as additive and solve addition and subtraction problems to find unknown angles on a diagram in real world and mathem

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Looking for a lesson to teach Points, Rays, Lines, Line Segments, and Angles? This file includes: a PowerPoint Lesson to share with your students, a graphic organizer for them to take notes on, and an exit ticket to demonstrate understanding of the lesson.
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4.MD.6 Fourth Grade Common Core Math - Measure Angles Using A Protractor. Practice provides two ways for students to practice and show mastery of their ability to measure angles in whole-number degrees using a protractor. 4.MD.C.6
It includes 40 distinct problems in two sets (129 slides in all!),

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4.G.1 Fourth Grade Common Core Math - Identify Lines And Angles Practice provides two ways for students to practice and show mastery of their ability to name points, lines, line segments, rays, angles (right, acute, obtuse), and perpendicular and parallel lines. Identify these in two-dimensional fig

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This flipchart can be used to introduce or review lines and angles. It covers parallel lines, perpendicular lines, intersecting lines, point, line, ray, line segment, right angle, acute angle, obtuse angle, and straight angle. At the end of the flipchart there are standardized testing style question

This 40-page editable PowerPoint lesson covers all the basics, plus more. It starts out by reviewing angles and the four types – acute, right, obtuse, and straight before moving onto adjacent, vertical, complementary, and supplementary angles and lines. Students then use that knowledge to solve fo

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Looking for LESSONS to help teach types of angles: acute, right, obtuse, and straight? This BUNDLE includes: 3 PowerPoints to share with your students and a graphic organizer that goes along with each lesson for students to take notes and record answers from the PowerPoints.
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4.MD.5 Fourth Grade Common Core Math - Recognize angles as geometric shapes provides two ways for students to practice and show mastery of their ability to recognize angles as geometric shapes that are formed wherever two rays share a common endpoint, and understand concepts of angle measurement.

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Looking for a lesson to teach types of angles: acute, right, obtuse, and straight? This file includes: a PowerPoint Lesson to share with your students and a graphic organizer for them to take notes on.
The PowerPoint is NOT EDITABLE, but includes 18 colorful slides. The lesson includes: Lesson

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Looking for a lesson to teach composing and decomposing angles. This file includes: a PowerPoint Lesson to share with your students and a graphic organizer for students to follow along, highlight, and solve problems during instruction. (Highlighters, crayons, or a colored pencil will be needed to

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Looking for a lesson to teach types of angles in 2-dimesional shapes: acute, right, and obtuse. This file includes: a PowerPoint Lesson to share with your students and a graphic organizer. Students will follow along with the PowerPoint and take notes on their graphic organizers. (Highlighters, cr

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This is a PDF of a power point covering geometry for second, third, and fourth grade students. It is created for the teacher who wants to make a lesson plan on Geometry for the class. It has definitions and illustrations of Geometric vocabulary. Vocabulary such as, polygons, quadrilaterals, angles,

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Fourth Grade Common Core Math Jeopardy Game - 4.MD.6 Measure Angles Using A Protractor. Practice provides two ways for students to practice and show mastery of their ability to measure angles in whole-number degrees using a protractor. 4.MD.C.6
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Looking for something to assess student understanding of types of angles: acute, right, and obtuse? This (non-editable) NO-PREP PowerPoint features 18 questions for Common Core State Standard 4.M.D.C.5 with a printable for students to record their answers as they follow along with the PowerPoint.

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Angle Relationships on:
acute, right, obtuse, and reflexive angles. As well as parallel, perpendicular, vertical, corresponding, complementary, supplementary, transversal, adjacent, alternate interior and alternate exterior angles.

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Use this Smart Notebook file to introduce students to different types of angles. This file covers what angles are, naming angles, classifying angles, measuring angles and drawing angles. This file is editable, so you can modify it to suit your needs.
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Practice finding missing angles and identifying angle relationships with this power point.
15 questions cover the following angle topics:
Complementary Angles
Supplementary Angles
Vertical Angles
Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal
Sum of Interior Angles of a Triangle
Sum of Interior Angles of a Qu

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Get this as part of a bundle: Geometry: Are You Ready? Bundle of Resources

**Search for my Measuring Angles with a Protractor worksheet (free) to utilize when teaching this lesson! It directly correlates with the flipchart and will enhance this lesson even further!
This 25-page interactive ActiveInspire Flipchart will provide you with everything you need to teach your st

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30 unique bingo cards that go along with the Angle Bingo FilpChart. Assesses student knowledge of complementary, supplementary angles, measuring angles and angles created when two parallel lines are cut by a transversal. Need to have prior knowledge of triangles.
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This is an introductory lesson for angles and triangles. This lesson highlights Right, acute and obtuse angles; and connects the angles to the right, acute and obtuse TRIangles. This lesson also includes equilateral and isosceles triangles. Students can review by playing a drag and drop matching gam

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Students will learn about geometric figures through this interactive flipchart. Whole group and independent practice are provided. Students will learn how to measure angles without a protractor.
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Students review complementary and supplementary angles, vertical angles, and adjacent angles. Angle Sum Theorem is also reviewed. Questions correlate with Virginia SOL 8.6.

This is a Dance Mat Mathematics activity to use along with your ready made dance mats. Check out our blog post here Dance Maths on tips how to make your class set of dance mats. Once you have a set of dance mats for your classroom you are ready!
This set of dance mat questions requires pupils to ca

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This is a 5 question ActivInspire quiz that I used with ActivExpressions. This quiz covers the 4th grade measurement standards (additive and decomposed angle measures). Answer key is included.

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A great introduction to points lines and angles. Fill in the blank for review and a work space to try out what students have learned.

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This lesson looks at how to calculate missing angles by recalling angle laws and the laws of angles within parallel lines. As well as demonstrating to learners how angles laws apply to parallel lines, there are numerous questions that learners can practise to gain confidence within this topic. Answe

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This flipchart can be used to start a lesson on the different types of angles. It shows the different parts of an angle, using academic language and definitions. The flipchart has various slides that utilize real life pictures around us to point out angles. Students will look at angles in a whole ne

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This is a Activinspire Flipchart that is designed to work with Activinspire program only.
**This file will NOT open in PowerPoint or Smart Notebook.
The flipchart has 22 slides that focus on learning to identify right angles, less than right angles, and greater than right angles. Flipchart includ

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Students try to match an inscribed angle with a central angle or measure of an arc. 2 games of 20 "cards"

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This is an interactive, engaging flipchart that teaches angles using real world and vocabulary. Students will learn the difference between acute, obtuse, and right angles. This is an excellent flipchart.

This lesson looks at how to measure angles using a protractor (interactive board demonstration given) and how to use angle laws to solve problems without needing to measure. It also offers more challenging questions to more able students as well as combining algebra into some problems.
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This lesson looks at how to measure angles using a protractor and the link between angles and calculating bearings. Online videos can be hyperlinked to the Power Point if you prefer to use this to help explain the importance of bearings to students.
The PowerPoint offers numerous questions for lea

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This lesson looks at how to calculate internal and external angles of shapes/ polygons and well as revising angles laws which could be linked to solving various maths problems. The use of formulae also allows students the opportunity to practice their algebra substitution skills.
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Vertical Angles and Parallel lines cut by a transversal
This is a great introduction for Virginia SOL G.2

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More Practice with angles. Starts off basic, introduction. Utilizes real life pictures to get students actively ingaged in the lesson. Students will be able to use active votes, active expression with this flipchart. Questioning is test prep ready. Enjoy!

This ActivInspire Flipchart covers the type of angles, lines, and triangles that elementary students need to familiarize themselves with. Flipchart is great for notetaking, as well as skill practice. Each section provides an opportunity for students to interact with the flipchart and reinforce the

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