7 groups of four coterminal angles designed to be cut out (and laminated, recommended) for use to divide students into random groups.
Students will choose an angle and find their three coterminal "buddies" to work in a group of four. Modify as needed. All angles are provided in radians but I will be modifying this activity to also contain degrees and negatives by request, so check back shortly.
This can be used initially to check for understanding of coterminal angles -- I provided a brief worksheet that students can complete once they find their buddies.
This activity is good for repeated use throughout the year any time you want to change groups randomly.
Word Doc and PDF Included.
Formatting for 29π/6 has been fixed :)