This eight page geometry handout explains how to use three different items to construct angles – coffee filters, plastic plates, and your fingers. Each item or manipulative is inexpensive, easy to make, and simple for students to use. All of the activities are hands-on and work well for kinesthetic, logical, spatial, and/or visual learners.
Correct geometric language is encouraged in the activities, and books are listed that will integrate language and geometry. These activities are suitable for grades K-7.
You might also like this crossword:
Geometry Crossword - 25 Clues That Emphasizes Points, Lines and Angles
Do you want to practice the vocabulary that goes with angles? Try:
Geometric Math Puzzles – Using Number Tiles Learning to Learn About Plane Geometry
When your older students are ready to be tested, use this 100 point cumulative assessment.
100 Point Plane Geometry Cumulative Assessment