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This 2 page CCSS aligned assessment (plus 1 page review) is a great way to see if your students have mastered 4.G.1: Lines and Angles. Students should be able to draw and identify lines and angles, as well as recognize lines and angles in shapes.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Confidently prepare your students for Math TEK 4.6A (Types of Lines) with an illustrated task card set that is fun, standard-focused, and thoughtfully differentiated. These task cards will lighten the atmosphere in your classroom while never straying from the standard expectations and your student
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This is a review of the test from Chapter 17 of Math in Focus 3rd grade (2015/2018 edition). This review mimics the "Test Prep" from the assessment book and makes an excellent review for the test. It can be sent for homework, or completed in class.This also makes an excellent 4th grade review or ret
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This is a great way to test your students' knowledge of points, lines, rays, and angles, both in the classroom and via distance learning. Save paper with these digital, self-checking assessments. Works with Google Forms and Google Classroom. Perfect to help students prepare for end-of-year assessm
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Give your kids the opportunity to show what they know about geometry in a fun and creative way! This product, which focuses on assessing students' understanding of how to identify lines and angles in geometry, is fully digital in Google Forms and requires no use of paper for you or for your students
Looking for a fun way to practice and assess angles, lines, line segments, points, rays, and types of line? This bundle includes two cootie catcher (one for classifying angle and another for classifying lines) and a ten question assessment with an answer key.Enjoy! ☮Check out these other cootie catc
Formative Assessment to use when students have mastered the following concepts: Parallel Lines Transversals Names of Angle Pairs Relationship of Angle Pairs Supplementary Angles Algebraic Equations Interior Angles of Triangles Exterior Angles of Triangles Triangle Congruency Statements Congruent Tri
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This Types of Lines and Angles Quiz aligns perfectly to fourth grade Common Core State Standard 4.G.1. In this assessment students are asked to identify types of angles (acute, right, obtuse, or straight) and types of lines (parallel, perpendicular, and ray). They must also identify these geometri
This is a test for Lines and Angles. The students are required to know the following: line and angle vocabulary, how to read a protractor, identify given angles, graph coordinate pairs, and draw perpendicular/parallel/intersecting lines. There is a preview of the test attached.
4.G.1 Draw and Identify Lines and Angles Teaching Pack This is a teaching pack for the fourth grade Common Core standard: 4.G.1 – Draw and Identify Lines and Angles. It includes a variety of problems to help practice this standard. Included in this unit: 7 pages of practice 24 task cards Recordin
This assessment focuses on vertical lines right angles supplementary angles interior and exterior angles sums of measures inside polygons using the angle formula angle story problems answer key is included! This assessment will show mastery of 6th grade Minnesota State Standards 6.3.2.1, 6.3.2.2, a
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These completely editable Lines and Angles assessments are perfect for pre- and post-tests in the Geometry classroom. Two versions of the test are included (12 questions on each test), and answer keys are provided if you choose to give the assessments as-is. These tests have many uses, including det
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This resource was developed to ASSESS students when meeting the 8th Grade Geometry Standard below:CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.8.G.A.5Use informal arguments to establish facts about the angle sum and exterior angle of triangles, about the angles created when parallel lines are cut by a transversal, and the ang
This product is used as a formative assessment to review geometry vocabulary for lines and angles
This is a ten question test that assesses your students on the types of angles and lines. Types of Angles: Right Angle Acute Angle Obtuse Angle Types of Lines Perpendicular Parallel Intersecting
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I created these because my students who become fluent at identifying geometric figures regardless of position were unable to translate that to figures that required them to look at larger amounts of information. Once that was accomplished, they struggled with applying known information to state rel
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Worksheets and Answer Keys:Lines and Angles (formed by transversals)Parallel Lines, Transversals, and AnglesHomecoming Mum Activity (examples, descriptions, postulate, theorems)Proving Lines ParallelProofs Worksheet (Proving Lines Parallel)Attributes of Parallel and Perpendicular LinesSlope and Equa
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Use as a test or quiz to assess the following:Identify parallel, perpendicular, and skew linesIdentify corresponding, alternate interior, alternate exterior, and same side interior anglesUse corresponding angles postulate and its converse, as well as alternate interior, alternate exterior, and same
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Includes topics on:- angles- angle times- constructions- transversal lines- parallel lines- parallel line proofsAlso includes answer key.Study Guide for this test can be found here.
This is a 3rd grade geometry assessment on points, lines, angles, circles and triangles. It was made to use with the geometry kit from math out of the box for lessons 8-11. But, could be used with any 3rd grade geometry curriculum.
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This is a test that can be modified to use as homework, class practice, or broken up into quizzes. This test reviews the properties of parallel lines and angle relationships, as well as parallel and perpendicular lines in the coordinate plane. Students have to solve for missing angle measures in dia
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Students are assessed on different types of angles and lines. Angles include right, acute, obtuse, and straight. They are also quizzed on edges, vertices, and angles. Lines include parallel, perpendicular, and intersecting. Check out my polygons quiz as well on my store page!
This download includes a 10 question assessment for classifying angles and lines. An answer key is included. This assessment is part of a larger bundle with cootie catchers. This bundle can be found here.Enjoy! ☮Check out these fun cootie catchers:MathDivision Cootie CatchersMultiplication Cootie Ca
Parallel lines and angles formed by transversal lines Triangle Angles - interior and exterior 2 versions with similar problems (some overlap)

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