This eight page geometry math handout explains how to use different items to construct angles such as 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 suggested books are listed that will integrate language and geometry. For fun, angle riddles and questions are incorporated. 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