Angles are an essential component to teaching geometry. Aligned with common core 4.G.A.1 and 4.G.A, this product includes fun games and worksheets that can be used in math centers, individually or together as a whole class. There are 11 worksheets and answers, 3 fun games and a space themed poster.
Poster – the definitions of right, acute and obtuse angles.
Alien Attack - Aliens are attacking Planet Earth! Draw a line from the Angle Laser dot to the centre of the spaceships. Work out the angles needed to shoot all the spaceships down. Keep a tally of the number of angles in the table.
Asteroid Angles - drawing laser beams to destroy the asteroids and identifying the angles
UFO Stargazing - identifying the UFO with the best view of the star and drawing an angle.
Aliens Lost in Space - Matching aliens to their correct planet home and drawing and identifying the angles.
Rocket Blaster - Drawing rockets and angles.
Astronaut Angles - Draw 6 angles in each angle astronaut.
Identifying and classifying angles
Alien Names – identifying and classifying angles in letters.
Angle Mission on Planet Classroom - identifying and classifying angles in the classroom.
Find Me The Perfect Angled Home - identifying and classifying angles in a house.
Sorting Space Junk – identifying angles in 2D regular and irregular shapes and classifying angles into different angle planets.
Rocket Shapes – building a rocket using 2D shapes and identifying the angles in the shapes.
Battle Spaceship – a 2 player game which involves drawing, identifying and classifying angles and shooting their partner’s spaceships using the angle laser.
Angle Alien Attack – a 2 player angle game which involves identifying angles.
The Race in Space – a fun 2 - 4 player game including a space board game, 36 angle cards, 12 mystery cards, 4 counters and instructions.
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