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 25-page student booklet.
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Inside the file, you will find:
Page 1: A Note to the Teacher (ideas and tips for using the booklet)
Page 2: List of Common Core Standards covered by this booklet
Page 3: The Angle Family Album cover page and Table of Contents page
Page 4: About the Angle Family (parts of an angle) and Right Angles
Page 5: Acute Angles and Obtuse Angles
Page 6: Straight Angles and Reflex Angles
Pages 7 & 8: Caption Bubbles for Angle Photos
Page 9: How Angles are Named and Naming Angles
Page 10: How to Measure an Angle and Measuring Angles
Page 11: How to Measure Reflex Angles and Measuring Reflex Angles
Page 12: How to Draw an Angle and Acute & Obtuse Angle Pics
Page 13: Acute & Obtuse Angle Pics (2 pages where students draw angles)
Page 14: How to Draw Reflex Angles (2 methods-choose which one fits your needs)
Page 15 & 16: Pics of Reflex Relatives (4 pages where students draw reflex angles)
Page 17: Identifying Unknown Angles (complementary angles)
Page 18: Blank Table of Contents Page
Page 19-24: Answer Key
(Please note: Each booklet page is half of an 8.5x11 piece of paper and your students will need a protractor in order to be able to complete many of the pages.)
I used this product as a booklet but these pages would also be pefect to incorporate into an interactive math notebook! If you're interested in reading a little bit about how I used it and see a few student samples, you can read my blog post about it here
Questions? Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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