This set features naming each angle diagram using the words acute, right, obtuse, or straight as well as identifying the degree or fraction equivalent for each angle. Total of 48 black and white flash cards. Each page has a different focus so you can make specialized games if you wish.
Page 1 name acute angles
Page 2 name right angles
Page 3 name obtuse angles
Page 4 name straight angles
Page 5 identify the degrees/fractions of right angles
Page 6 identify the degrees/fractions of an inverse right angles
Page 7 identify the degrees/fractions of straight angles
Page 8 identify the degrees/fractions of full circle angles
Study buddy cards are intended for review, tutoring, or simple fun. They provide students with the opportunity to practice academic language, explain the process to their peers, and review the intended skill.
Each card has two sides. The “B” side has only the question for the “student” to see. The “A” side has both the question and the answer for the “teacher.” One student (or adult) plays the role of teacher and the other plays the role of student. Students may switch roles every other card or as you see fit. Students may need a piece of paper or small white board to work the problems.
Play Variations: One on one, Speed with 2-4 students plus one teacher (the winner gets to “keep” the card), Task Cards, or use in place of board game cards.
Assembly: Print out a set of cards on card stock. Page 1A is back to back with page 1B. Make sure that you have printed them with the right orientation so that when they are cut apart, the card will have the question side matched with the Q & A side. Laminate and cut apart cards. Be careful not to cut the cards in half. Place in a zipper bag. You can also create multiple games by printing them as black and white pages on colored paper.
For use during game time, math centers, Fun Friday, rainy day recess, workshop, or tutoring.