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Fifth Grade Math Center: Using a Protractor

Fifth Grade Math Center: Using a Protractor
Fifth Grade Math Center: Using a Protractor
Fifth Grade Math Center: Using a Protractor
Fifth Grade Math Center: Using a Protractor
Fifth Grade Math Center: Using a Protractor
Fifth Grade Math Center: Using a Protractor
Product Description
Teaching someone to use a protractor is pretty hard. This game really helps. I was inspired by an idea that I saw on Pintrest and made a quick and easy word document to house the game. I made the student consumable, the playing cards, and added some guidance for the low-achievers. I designed the cards to be easy, from some students, yet there are a few cards that should spark some good discussions, like 1/24 of the circle, not just 40 degrees. Students are really going to have to stretch their thinking, yet they will get some good practice with protractors and angles. You can even add your own spin and say "acute angles must be yellow, obtuse must be blue," I wanted to make it a word document so that you can go ahead and change it at will to fit the individual needs of your students.
Total Pages
6 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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