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Now that using a protractor is a Common Core skill for 4th grade, here is a little freebie to help your students, (and maybe you too, if it has been a while since you've had to use one!) You get a large version of the poster which can be projected on your interactive white board or printed out post
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A set of angle construction activities based around space rockets. Students have to construct accurate versions of two different spaceships by using a protractor and ruler to draw all of the lines and angles correctly. The first space ship is a warm up - quite challenging but most students can easi
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Using a protractor to measure angles Geometry Common Core 4.MD.C.6 Common Core 7.G.A.2 No prep! Ready to print for student practice. Page 1 of the document (front) reviews the important parts of a protractor and how to use it to measure an angle. Page 2 of the document (back) provides the
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This game is based on the popular “I Have, Who Has” format. There are 35 game cards. Print the game cards on cardstock, cut in fourths, and laminate. Students will use a protractor to measure their individual angles. Make sure that students know that they are to measure the angle with the semi-c
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A Hands-On Common Core Math Activity 4.MD.5; 4.MD.6; 4.MD.7 Students will have a fun time learning about angles. Measure and Adding Angles with a Protractor Use a protractor to measure and add angles! Included: 5 Activities with step by step instructions 4 pages of angles to measure with answer
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This download is aligned to CCSS 4.MD.5-6, working with protractors. In this 16 page download, students learn how to correctly use a protractor to measure and draw angles. It includes: •Color vocab poster •3 page hand out for students on the steps to using a protractor for measurement. •2 page han
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Integrating math & art! Students are given specific directions on four separate drawings to include in their Angles in Art Portfolio. Each picture must have angles with the given measurements. Students must use a protractor to correctly draw each angle as listed in the directions sheet. One
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Geometry : Measuring Angles Task Cards In this packet, you will find 16 task cards that will help students practice measuring and drawing angles. Students also need to be able to distinguish between acute and obtuse angles. I have drawn these angles so that students should round their measureme
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Great practice for measuring angles using a protractor. Game: 30 sets of measuring cards (students use a protractor to measure the angle on each card), a game board, and an answer key Students can play in small groups or individually, as a student directed activity. CCSS.Math.Content.4.MD.C.5 En
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This foldable leads students through the steps of using a protractor to measure angles. It’s great as a math interactive notebook entry. It has easy access steps for the front of the foldable so for future reference students just need to open to the page in their interactive math notebook. Inside
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4.MD.6 Fourth Grade Common Core Math Task Cards - 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 Includes 40 unique Task Cards! Includes both a student a
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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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This is a set of 16 task cards that assess the skill of reading a protractor. The cards are broken up as follows: --4 cards that have the protractor lined up with one ray of the angle for easy reading --4 cards that have the vertex lined up with the protractor, so students will need to subtract in
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The first few slides are guided notes to teach students how to use a protractor to measure/draw angles and a review of right, acute, and obtuse angles. Then, there are activity boards for the game "The Angler." The boards are usually put in sheet protectors (there are three different boards dependi
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Included in this purchase: -Power point that explains how to use and read a protractor -A scaffolded note taking guide for students to follow along and resond to power point -A video project where students create their own informative video to teach others how to use a protractor (includes direction
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There is a set of 20 task cards that vary in level of difficulty. Students measure angles, draw angles, and identify types of angles. This will provide excellent practice as well as add a little fun to math class. Task cards are used in stations, small group lessons or even hang around the room a
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Through a series of progressive, scaffolded worksheets students practice identifying angles by name, classifying angles as acute, right, and obtuse, and finally measuring angles with a protractor. When measuring angles, students are cued to answer questions about the angle in order to read the corr
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Measuring Angles (Using a Protractor) Task Cards comes with 20 Common Core Aligned Task Cards for the middle grades! Perfect for math centers, small group instruction, remediation, extensions, class review, test prep, or a fun round of SCOOT, these task cards will be the perfect addition to your Mea
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Bring science and math together in one fun activity! This product includes two printables of examples of constellations found in the sky. Using a protractor students will find the degrees of different angles found within each constellation. Answer Key is included. Check out the preview for a look i
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This is a center activity for measuring acute and obtuse angles using protractors to meet the fourth grade common core math standard. Comes with teacher instruction page, 15 picture cards with acute and/or obtuse angles, recording sheet; definition cards for acute, right, and obtuse angles (great f
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A set of printables showing the necessary steps for using a protractor. This set is ideal to have as a generic display in the classroom as well as to use as a resource during math lessons! Buy this resource in a Bundle and SAVE OVER 20% **Angles Bundle Pack** You might also like our resources on
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In this cross-curricular, hands on exploration of circles, students work with protractors and circles to discover the work of Frank Stella. Students not only learn the life and work of a Frank Stella but see how protractors can be used to cross over into creative expression. This is hands-on lear
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This is a simple guide on how to introduce the use of a protractor. I give it out to my fifth graders at the beginning of our angle unit. It has a list of seven steps (outlining how to line it up and then measure the angle). There is also a 'Put Simply...' version at the bottom for kiddos who just
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These six pages are designed to help students learn to use a protractor effectively. There are two pages of guided learning and three for independent practice. The guided learning teaches students how to measure angles using two different approaches. You can choose whichever is appropriate for your
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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 Jeopardy board includes 25 distinct problems and utili
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These task cards allows the students to practice how to measuring angles using a protractor. Over 30 Cards included and recording sheet. Please provide feedback. This helps me provide improve activities for you. :) Also try: Identifying Angles
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This product includes four worksheets and six task cards demonstrating protractor use. The first three worksheets are scaffolded from 10 degree increments, to five degree increments, to single degree increments. The fourth worksheet measures angles that do not start at zero degrees. The six task c
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These notes can be used in an interactive math notebook. The file includes a blank copy for students and an answer key. Notes are 7.5 x 4.75 in size, two per page. These notes address Virginia Math SOL 5.11. Students will see many different kinds of protractors and get instructions for how to use e
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24 Amazing puzzles for Measuring angles using a protractor and recognizing obtuse, acute, and right angle. Angle notation included. A great way to reinforce this skill and keep the students engages. Also great for workstations and intervention. Have Fun!!!!!
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This product includes four color worksheets and six task cards demonstrating protractor use. The first three worksheets are scaffolded from 10 degree increments, to five degree increments, to single degree increments. The fourth worksheet measures angles that do not start at zero degrees. The six
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This Google Slides activity is designed to teach students how to create angles of a given measure using a protractor. Students will use a protractor and add rays to create angles. Students will also learn how to create an angle with a given measure when one part of the angle is already given. This
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Hello, folks! This PowerPoint resource will assist you to teach your students about how to utilize a protractor in a step-by-step format. It is meant to be an introductory lesson, but would also be useful for students who may require remediation. Also included are student practice worksheets a
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Use these task cards at a station to allow your mathematicians to practice reading a protractor. 2 Sets of Task Cards Include: 6 different task cards with protractors. Last 2 task cards include multiple angles. In all, students will read 16 angles, not all starting from zero. Brain Page for stu
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4.MD.C.5, 4.MD.C.6 Measuring Angles Using A Protractor Common Core Math Worksheets 16 worksheets with an answer key on measuring or reading angles with a protractor and drawing angles when given the degree of an angle. Geometric measurement: understand concepts of angle and measure angles. C
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This is a poster used to assist students in understanding where they need to put the protractor when measuring angles.
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Use these notes to introduce the topic of how to use a protractor to measure angles. I have my kids cut out the text boxes and glue them into our interactive notebooks. The first box instructs how to measure an angle, and the second instructs how to draw an angle. The second box has one ray drawn
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Use a protractor to solve problems to find the measure of each angle. Engage students with coloring time! Easy to grade! If you love coloring activities, please check out more HERE
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- Students practice constructing angles using these friendly task cards. - They work in pairs to construct the angles and check each other's work. - Differentiated by ability levels. - Includes scaffolding for students who need it. - Includes directions for students. (Directions are totally editabl
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Now that using a protractor is a Common Core skill for 4th grade, here is a little resource to help your students! This printout is a great reference for your students to use in their interactive notebooks! It includes detailed directions on how to use a protractor as well as a practice example at t
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Thank you so much for checking out our lesson "Measuring Angles Using a Protractor." We know you won't be disappointed. This is a great video lesson that completely reviews how to use a protractor to measure angles. There are even questions for your students to try. All the work is done for you, so
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This is a 25 page worksheet helping students to practice using a protractor. There are 12 pages of angles for a total of 60 angles to measure. Students can practice angles that open left and right. All pages come with their own answer keys.
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Measure angles using graphic protractor; both bottom and top scales. Scaffolded lesson provides for classroom differentiation. Can be used as a lesson leader, guided practice, independent practice, for cooperative learning and math centers, or as an assessment. Use with smartboard, projector, comput
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Using a protractor can be challenging at first. This is a simple handout that can be given to students to help them use a protractor accurately! This item is also editable!
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Students practice measuring angles using a protractor. You can use both handouts during classroom activity, for small group instruction, as homework assignments or test prep. -First handout has 8 questions on measuring angles. -Second handout has 8 measuring angles questions and 4 constructing angl
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Ideal for an introduction to angles. 9 questions requiring an estimated angle and a reason for this decision. 8 questions requiring the use of a protractor for acute, obtuse and reflex angles. One page only.
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Included: - Black and white student copy - Red ink KEY and colored KEY - PowerPoint to show how to fill in the blanks - Folding Movie and printing directions NO CUTTING Mess! Make 2 sided copy, students fold while watching folding video, fill out by watching PowerPoint, add color to ma
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Find angle measures by using a protractor in a fun simple supplement! This I have, Who has Game has two sets of 18 to allow for up to 36 students to play at once! Could be used for teaching protractor use in Middle School or review for high school age. Also comes with easy-to-copy disposable pro
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Measuring Angles in Constellations with a Protractor This is a fun math activity that can be used for practice with protractors (CCSS 4.MD.6), or to accompany a science unit on constellations. In this activity, students are expected to measure the angles in constellations with a protractor. They
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Teaching someone to use a protractor is pretty hard. This game really helps. I was inspired by an idea that I saw on Pintrest and made a quick and easy word document to house the game. I made the student consumable, the playing cards, and added some guidance for the low-achievers. I designed the
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Did your students kind of forget how to use a protractor? Mine, too! Not to worry! This is what WE teachers do best. We are constantly spiraling skills and giving our students multiple opportunities to develop and master them. Here's a NO PREP activity that you can add to your math centers, use i
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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. The PowerPoin
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Directions: Roll the dice. The player with the highest number goes first. Roll again to see how many spaces to move. Use a protractor to draw the angle in the space. Have another player measure the angle to check that it was drawn correctly. If it was drawn correctly, the player stays on that spot
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