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Amazing Angles includes two active engagement lessons for introducing and reviewing the types of angles. Both lessons require students to apply their knowledge of angle classification, and the challenge activity requires higher level thinking. Save Over 25% with a Bundle Purchase! Amazing Angles i
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Angles Which type angle is the cutest? Which angles look like the antlers on the head of a FULL-GROWN moose?! Find out the answers to these mysterious questions as Earl, our favorite pizza delivery man, takes us on his route for a day to show us around the world of angles.TYPES OF ANGLES: Worksheets
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The Angle Family Album is a fun and engaging way to teach your students all about angles! Based on the idea of a photo album or scrapbook, students learn about the parts of an angle, different types of angles, how to measure and draw them, as well as how to find unknown angles in this 23-page stu
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Aligned to TEKS 7.8c and Common Core State Standards and 4.G.1. In this lesson students will be creating a Flippable (foldable) to identify the characteristics and an example for each type of angle (right, obtuse, acute and straight). For the angle pictures, I used stickers to mark the points of ea
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This is a helpful visual that reminds students how to categorize angles and how to identify the four different types of angles. Includes acute, right, obtuse, and straight angles. Great for a math notebook or binder. Comes with a simple practice worksheet that asks students to classify 8 different a
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Learning the types of angles can be difficult for students. Help them remember the differences with this foldable. Students cut, glue, and match to create a foldable with definitions and 3 examples each. There is space to write more on the back of each flap. Great for a math center, or as a whole
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Engage students with this fun, interactive angles game. Students will compete against one another as they identify different types of angles. Angles include acute, obtuse, and right. There are 20 questions and you just click on each question to go to it. The question disappears after you've clicked
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Types of Angles Quiz 10 questions Vertical angles complementary angles supplementary angles right angle acute and obtuse angle My Quizzes:    4th Grade Word Problems Quiz (10 Q) Equations and Inequalities Quiz (20 Questions) An Introduction to Functions Quiz (11 Questions) Evaluate Expres
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Types of Angles Task Cards: Acute, Obtuse, RightIdentifying types of angles can be tough for students! This set of 24 task cards in color and the same 24 in ink saving black and white will help students decide if an angle is a right angle, an obtuse angle or an acute angle. This set is great for ear
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This 2 page worksheet goes along with my Types of Angles Smartboard Lesson. This a great worksheet that has students identify, draw, and label acute, right, and obtuse angles. Made by Scott O'Toole (Scott OToole) Acute, right, and obtuse angles, geometry worksheets, angles worksheets
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An introduction to angles and how to use a protractor to measure angles. Great for grade 2,3,4, students learning about angles and using a protractor. Take thirty seconds to download and check out the free preview to see if it meets your needs, then you will know exactly what you are getting for a
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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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This set of notes and worksheets can be used to introduce or review the properties of complementary, supplementary, vertical, and adjacent angles. Included in this set: 1. A half sheet of notes (similar to the Freyer Model) for each type of angles. These notes can be cut out and glued into in
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Students identify angles as acute, right, obtuse or straight based on a picture of the angle. Angle measures for each type of angle are given at the top, and a protractor could be used to measure the angles, but is not necessary. 15 problems. Answer key included. Created by Amber Mealey.
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This poster and foldable interactive notebook (INB) set covers right angle, acute angle, obtuse angle, straight angle, reflex angle, revolution and how to name an angle. This set includes a 2 different foldable interactive graphic organizers (INB) for student notes in 2 different styles, 2 other INB
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This is a set of 20 math task cards that will help reinforce the different types of angles that students must know how to identify and measure in math ~ with an out of this world alien theme! There are also angle vocabulary posters to display in the classroom. Types of angles covered in these task
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This game can be played in small group, with partners, or in a math center. This game was designed to review types of angles. The students receive instant feedback from their partner(s). There are a total of 18 cards. Please rate this product and enjoy!
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Types Of Angles and Lines Posters These Types Of Angles and Lines Posters are useful visual reminders for students. Each page displays the type of angle and describes how many degrees it has. Angles include: Acute, Obtuse, Right, Straight, Reflex and Revolution. Lines include: Perpendicular, Para
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This Google Slides activity is designed to help students classify angles without using a protractor. Students will use a reference angle, such as the corner of a piece of paper, to determine whether the given angle is right, acute, or obtuse. This is a great way to introduce classifying angles! CLI
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This is a fun set of 35 angle dominoes using words, definitions, and pictures. Students play dominoes in a traditional manner, but match up angle related dominos instead of dot patterns. This game can be used for small group or individual practice. Would be great for a math center as well! Addresse
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This puzzle is designed to support students understanding of the many different types of angles that are formed by parallel lines cut by a transversal. The angle types included in the puzzle are: 1) Vertical Angles 2) Corresponding Angles 3) Supplementary Angles 4) Alternate Interior Angles 5) Alte
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Wrangle the Angles is a 2-player geometry game that allows students to practice identifying and classifying angles. Players roll a die to identify a type of angle before searching for one on the game board that fits the name. The first player to get 5 in a row - horizontally, vertically, or diagonal
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This file contains 35 multiple choice and the same 35 problems NOT multiple choice for two options on naming angles, identifying types of angles, including linear pairs, complementary and vertical angles, parallel line angles, angle bisectors, finding missing angle measures, using the angle addition
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This ready to use product is a quick, fun way to have your students practice the identifying supplementary, complementary, and vertical angles. Students will be 15 angle pictures and will need to classify the angles marked as either supplementary, complementary, or vertical. Instead of writing thei
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